MP3 wm Alan Ross - Poet Warrior
Komplettes MP3 Album von wm Alan Ross
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A fest of radically poetic folk music with a whole lotta eefin goin on.
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BEWARE. Listening to this music can become habit-forming.
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A hero’s soul was his, and higher
The minstrel’s love, and poet’s fire.
Allan Cunningham, 18th century Scottish poet
Poet Warrior. Nothing could describe Alan Ross more absolutely. Ross’s vocals have been described as "butter melting on a warm plate," and his fans swear they never get tired of hearing his music, over and over and over. Ross is popular internationally for his eclectic sound, the clarity of his guitar work on his ancient Guild, and the way he combines big instruments with sweet, sexy vocals. His music is being played in 41 countries and on more than 500 radio stations across the US.
The Poet Warrior collection is full of songs that we can all relate to, like Ross’s hit title, Late Bloomer. Ever feel that you’re just plain underrated? That maybe your friends and family think you’re a little unmotivated? You, like many of us, may just be a late bloomer.
This collector’s CD also includes the hit song, Arizona Highways, a southwestern lament about missing your woman. "She’s on Arizona Highways, far from Tennessee, and I’m about to go half cactus crazy." If you’ve ever been lonely for somebody while driving through the desert, this song is for you. If you’ve ever been lonely for somebody while driving, this song is for you.
Golden Acre, Goodnight is the true story of Jim G. Brown and Golden Acre, the winner of USA 1945 Victory Garden of the Year, quite an honor in its time. Alan had the pleasure of living on Golden Acre for nine years, back on the land where, during the Victory Garden years, vines of green beans spelled out "victory," and the tomatoes were as big as basketballs. This story song never fails to elicit tears and smiles. Mr. Brown was a simple man who lived close to the earth and gave away his goods with a generosity that has been unequaled in our experience. Golden Acre, the property, still exists in Nashville, Tennessee. Today, it is nests in its tiny acre of woods, which is in turn dwarfed by high-rise buildings, concrete roads and parking lots. No matter what your musical preference, this is a story worth hearing. And sharing. And passing on.
...but Ross’s mischievous side bursts out in Rappin’ Eef. The cross-cultural eef/rap folk-art phenomenon represents a roots vocal medium that Ross learned from the great Jimmy Riddle, former HeeHaw star and master eefer. Eefin’ is not simple to do; it takes practice and excellent breath control. (Learn more about it on Ross’s website https://www.tradebit.com, by reading the story about Eefin at https://www.tradebit.com and listen to the clip here on CDBABY.)
Ross Music is sponsoring a series of EEF-OFFS in the US to promote the CD’s release. Be sure to practice. You can get an eefin lesson on our website https://www.tradebit.com
Backed by Nashville session bassist Don Kerce, Nashville Symphony cellist Lynn Peithman, and N’Awlins rhythm man, Mark Morris-Ross delivers, making this one for the collection.