Toronto folkie Oh Susanna, aka Suzie Ungerleider, is back with her sixth album, her first since 2007.The result is a relaxed but inconsistent collection of songs told mostly from female perspectives: war widows, a new mother picking up the pieces. Ungerleider channels Loretta Lynn and Carol King in So Long, about spousal abuse. She’s a bit of a contradiction – humming pleasantly one moment and swearing and singing about pickup trucks the next. When she’s good, she’s great. Long Black Train, Your Town and Lucky Ones are standouts.
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mp3 320 kbps | 100 MB | UL | OB 100% Pure Frankie Miller is the upcoming fourth studio album by English musician Spike, and a tribute album to Scottish singer-songwriter Frankie Miller. Feat. Ronnie Wood, Andy Fraser (Free), Simon Kirke (Free and Bad Company), Ian Hunter and more.
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