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Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song

Amos Lee

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"His chops are pro and his delivery almost compulsively spot on ..."
- Rolling Stone

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1
Johnson Blvd
Amos Lee
4:16
2
Stranger
Amos Lee
3:49
3
Tricksters, Hucksters, And Scamps
Amos Lee
3:20
4
Chill In The Air
Amos Lee
4:28
5
Dresser Drawer
Amos Lee
4:24
6
Indonesia
Amos Lee
3:28
7
High Water
Amos Lee
2:39
8
The Man Who Wants You
Amos Lee
3:00
9
Loretta
Amos Lee
3:46
10
Plain View
Amos Lee
2:34
11
Mountains Of Sorrow
Amos Lee
4:02
12
Burden
Amos Lee
3:23
Total Playing Time    43:09
"... he continues to explore new styles ... much more rootsy than the Lee who made adult alternative rock when he first started out. Lee still may be on Blue Note but this is Americana more than jazz."
- PopMatters.com

The follow-up to Amos Lee's 2011 number one album Mission Bell, this recording finds Lee continuing to explore the familiar territory of Americana, country-folk and soul-pop. Recorded in Nashville, Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song features guest appearances from Alison Krauss, Patty Griffin and Tony Joe White.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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