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Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song

by Amos Lee

Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song by Amos Lee

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Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song

by Amos Lee

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Label: Blue Note
Though 2010's Mission Bell was heretofore his most successful album, Amos Lee felt no need to create its sequel. Swapping out producer Joey Burns (of Calexico fame) for Nashville hot shot Jay Joyce (Little Big Town, Eric Church), the singer-songwriter unveils a more countrified sound on Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song. Mind you, Lee's music always did betray a love for rootsy troubadour fare (John Prine, John Hiatt, James McMurtry, etc). Nowadays, however, he's crafting lush ballads like "Chill in the Air," "Dresser Drawer" and "Indonesia," all of which boast country radio accessibility.

About This Album

Though 2010's Mission Bell was heretofore his most successful album, Amos Lee felt no need to create its sequel. Swapping out producer Joey Burns (of Calexico fame) for Nashville hot shot Jay Joyce (Little Big Town, Eric Church), the singer-songwriter unveils a more countrified sound on Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song. Mind you, Lee's music always did betray a love for rootsy troubadour fare (John Prine, John Hiatt, James McMurtry, etc). Nowadays, however, he's crafting lush ballads like "Chill in the Air," "Dresser Drawer" and "Indonesia," all of which boast country radio accessibility.

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About This Album

Though 2010's Mission Bell was heretofore his most successful album, Amos Lee felt no need to create its sequel. Swapping out producer Joey Burns (of Calexico fame) for Nashville hot shot Jay Joyce (Little Big Town, Eric Church), the singer-songwriter unveils a more countrified sound on Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song. Mind you, Lee's music always did betray a love for rootsy troubadour fare (John Prine, John Hiatt, James McMurtry, etc). Nowadays, however, he's crafting lush ballads like "Chill in the Air," "Dresser Drawer" and "Indonesia," all of which boast country radio accessibility.