|2||When You're Here|
|3||Keeping Hope Alive|
|5||Until You Were Gone|
|6||Write A Song|
|7||Never Cry Again|
|9||All That You Know|
|10||The One That Lives Too Far|
|12||Very First Time|
|290500||John Fullbright||Songs (CD, Album)||Blue Dirt Records||290500||US||2014|
|290510||John Fullbright||Songs (LP, Album)||Blue Dirt Records||290510||US||2014|
Fullbright’s second record, Songs, is a daring change of pace for the singer-songwriter. After the Americana community praised From the Ground Up for its rootsy, greasy, blue-collar sound, Fullbright turned to the piano for an entirely different feel on Songs. His new album is a quiet collection of stately ballads and ruminative torch songs that dispels much of the rural troubadour mythology surrounding his debut. Lucky for Fullbright, his new piano-based album has thus far been met with near universal acclaim, and many of his biggest fans haven’t even noticed the change. The new album is different in a way, says singer Ashley Monroe, who has been a huge fan of Fullbright’s ever since Blake Shelton raved about the singer to her after discovering him on A Prairie Home Companion a few years back.
Songs: not quite a sophomore slump, not quite a triumph. Following up 2012's Grammy-nominated studio debut From the Ground Up with morose, piano-based material, 26-year-old John Fullbright still demonstrates that he's got songwriting down cold. Ice breaker "Happy" feels anything but, while "Until You Were Gone" manages to sound simultaneously full of longing and oddly dispassionate
A gentle, bluesy album by folk artist John Fullbright, Songs is a wonderful record that many will enjoy, taking listeners on an individual journey for every song. Opening track Happy was a clever way to begin, with Fullbright’s raw, blues-rock vocals on full display. A really outstanding record immerses its listeners in what the artist has created – ably achieved here with John Fullbright’s collection.
sad and serious and wise and wonderful, well written, well played and well sung. From the Ground Up. 2013 Grammy nominee for Best Americana Album. Live at the Blue Door.
Singer-songwriter John Fullbright has a new album, "Songs. Oklahoma singer and songwriter John Fullbright still comes to just one conclusion about his unlikely Grammy Award nomination for his self-released 2012 debut album, "From the Ground U. "I still sort of consider it a mistake," he said of the nomination in the Americana field alongside heavyweights such as Mumford & Sons, the Lumineers and winner Bonnie Raitt. But I'm happy they made i. Advertisement
John Fullbright (born April 23, 1988) is an American singer-songwriter from Okemah, Oklahoma. While still in high school, Fullbright performed at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in Okemah. In 2009 he released the album Live at the Blue Door and three years later released his first studio album, From the Ground Up, which received a Grammy nomination in the category Best Americana Album. He has been the subject of two segments on NPR and was a 2012 winner of ASCAP Foundation's Harold Adamson Lyric Award.
Band Name John Fullbright. Album Name From the Ground Up. Type Album. Data de lançamento 08 Maio 2012. Labels Thirty Tigers Blue Dirt Records. Estilo de MúsicaFolk Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.