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Boy from Black Mountain

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. The February Train (Carpenter) 02. The Lift You Have May Be Your Own (Carpenter) 03. Boy from Black Mountain (Carpenter) 04. Clouds Moving in (instrumental) (Carpenter) 05. Petrified Man (Carpenter) 06. As I Lay Dying (Carpenter/Voelker) 07. Saturn Song (Carpenter) 08. The Course of the River (instrumental) (Carpenter) 09. The Quick and the Dead (Carpenter) 10. The Sound and the Fury (instrumental) (Carpenter) 11. Judgement Day (Carpenter/Carol Carpenter) 12. Nantahala (instrumental) (Carpenter) 13. Lullaby for Alexander (Carpenter).

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Beat Circus: Boy from Black Mountain

Read "Boy from Black Mountain" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il secondo album della band di Brian Carpenter - Boy from Black Mountain - è stato preso in considerazione dall'IMA (The Independent Music Awards) come uno dei migliori del 2009 nella categoria alternative country. L'autore, ispirato dai canti profondi dell'America, cerca - attraverso il racconto epico - una terra lontana e sperduta, forse mai esistita, dove ...

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Released: 2009
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