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Stranger To Someone
Stranger To Someone is a collection of rock and country tunes that recall the rock strut of the Exile On Main Street era Rolling Stones and the loping country-rock gait of the Flying Burrito Brothers.
This is his first release from 2002.
Jason Walker has been playing country music since he was 15, and has listened to it for as long as he can remember, which would be as far back as 1969, the year Gram Parsons was in his Nudie-suited prime.
“Here is a local talent to match the renaissance of alt-country in the US led by the likes of Wilco, Ryan Adams and Shelby Lynne,” said David Messer of JUICE magazine. Impressed by the album’s ‘subtle and textured arrangements and production’, Messer states that Jason has ‘produced a superb album of what used to be country-rock’.
1. Stranger to Someone
2. The Lucky One
3. Apartment #9
4. Streets of Baltimore
5. I’m Crying Again
6. Other Side of the Bar
7. How Much I’ve Lied
8. Tears Have Such a Lonely Sound
9. Up Shit Creek Again
10. I Wish I Were Blind
11. Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues
12. I’m Still Dreaming (Now I’m Yours)
13. Welcome To My World
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 1.5 cm|