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Amelita

by Court Yard Hounds

Amelita by Court Yard Hounds

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Amelita

by Court Yard Hounds

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Label: Columbia
Expected highlights on this sophomore album from the multi-instrumentalist ex-Dixie Chick sisters include the melodies, the kind that fill a hole you didn't know existed, and the harmonies, ones you get from two people who have spent a lifetime playing together. An unexpected highlight? The carefully produced percussion that stomps through the quietly devastating "Sunshine," shuffles through the buoyant, soft rock radio-ready "The World Smiles," and propels "Rock All Night," an upbeat toe-tapper that does just what its title promises. You can listen to this one all day.

About This Album

Expected highlights on this sophomore album from the multi-instrumentalist ex-Dixie Chick sisters include the melodies, the kind that fill a hole you didn't know existed, and the harmonies, ones you get from two people who have spent a lifetime playing together. An unexpected highlight? The carefully produced percussion that stomps through the quietly devastating "Sunshine," shuffles through the buoyant, soft rock radio-ready "The World Smiles," and propels "Rock All Night," an upbeat toe-tapper that does just what its title promises. You can listen to this one all day.

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About This Album

Expected highlights on this sophomore album from the multi-instrumentalist ex-Dixie Chick sisters include the melodies, the kind that fill a hole you didn't know existed, and the harmonies, ones you get from two people who have spent a lifetime playing together. An unexpected highlight? The carefully produced percussion that stomps through the quietly devastating "Sunshine," shuffles through the buoyant, soft rock radio-ready "The World Smiles," and propels "Rock All Night," an upbeat toe-tapper that does just what its title promises. You can listen to this one all day.