October 2

Failure (Band) - Martin Sexton - Solo (CD, Album)



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Posted 09.09.2019 by Karisar in category "Jazz

8 COMMENTS :

  1. By Vogis on
    On the heels of Seeds, the cd/dvd set Solo released October Documenting a series of recent unaccompanied live appearances, the album captures Martin’s critically acclaimed incendiary live set in theatres coast-to-coast. “The best live performer I’ve ever seen.” – John Mayer. October 22 STEVE BLUNT (children’s matinee show).
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  2. By Arakus on
    About Martin Sexton. Martin Sexton grew up playing Hendrix, Zeppelin, Janis, and Beatles covers. Like any musician with a healthy musical appetite, his early preference for old classic rock 'n' roll led him to discover the legends of folk, blues, and soul.
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  3. By Gardazilkree on
    Apr 16,  · It’s a Boston-flavored twin-bill at the House of Blues on Saturday, as Martin Sexton kicks off his national tour in support of his new album, “Sugarcoating,” and the Ryan Montbleu Band opens.
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  4. By Jugor on
    In , he released a second live album called Solo. Subsequent albums included Sugarcoating in and Fall Like Rain in In , he released another studio album called Mixtape of the Open Road. In , Martin joined Chris Anderson (upright and electric bass) and Boo Reiners (multi string instruments) to make The Martin Sexton Trio.
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  5. By Toll on
    The band released their self-titled, debut album on July 31, Solo career. Gontier joined singer and songwriter Martin Sexton on the road during his "Fall Like Rain" tour, providing opening support as a solo artist. He also joined Citizen Cope for a few shows as a solo act.
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  6. By Kazrashicage on
    Solo is the second live album in eight years from singer/songwriter Martin Sexton, and in keeping with Sexton's "less is more" performing style (and as the title would suggest), 15 of the 17 tunes here feature just his voice and guitar. Of course, Sexton has been performing as a solo act (or with just a drummer) long enough that he's become very comfortable as a one-man band, and Solo 7/
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  7. By Goltijora on
    A Little Help From My Friends (Lennon/ McCartney) What would you think if I sang out of tune, Would you stand up and walk out on me. Lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song, And I'll try not to sing out of key. I get by with a .
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  8. By Gogar on
    Seeds was produced by Sexton and features fourteen songs, all but one of them written or co-written by ovgracilachgalreheartfolrearthbeslustphe.coinfo album opens with the single “Happy,” a catchy pop meditation on simple pleasures realized. iTunes • Amazon. From there Sexton introduces an incandescent, Wurlitzer groove on ‘Thought I Knew Ya” followed by the album’s signature moment, “Wild Angels,” on .
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