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Although they may not sound like dirges, the 12 songs and 2 instrumentals on David Stephens' 2007 release, 'Postcards From Sadness,' reflect a man who's been going through some stuff. There are songs about love, bad women, drinking and trying to forget, ('because I don't know too many people who drink to remember,' Stephens adds) death, doughnuts, and being on the road. This album spans two major geographical moves for Stephens. First, from his hometown roots in Alabama to the ever muggy ATL and currently the 'dirty sidewalks/dirty streets' of New York. Stephens mixes several different styles here: bluegrass, folk, honky-tonk, dixieland and a smidge of rock-n-roll for good measure. So, take off your shoes, get a tall glass of sweet tea and get ready to be tickled by a banjo.
Although they may not sound like dirges, the 12 songs and 2 instrumentals on David Stephens' 2007 release, 'Postcards From Sadness,' reflect a man who's been going through some stuff. There are songs about love, bad women, drinking and trying to forget, ('because I don't know too many people who drink to remember,' Stephens adds) death, doughnuts, and being on the road. This album spans two major geographical moves for Stephens. First, from his hometown roots in Alabama to the ever muggy ATL and currently the 'dirty sidewalks/dirty streets' of New York. Stephens mixes several different styles here: bluegrass, folk, honky-tonk, dixieland and a smidge of rock-n-roll for good measure. So, take off your shoes, get a tall glass of sweet tea and get ready to be tickled by a banjo.
801655169520

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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 0147411
Rel. Date: 08/21/2007
UPC: 801655169520

Postcards from Sadness
Artist: David Stephens
Format: CD
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Although they may not sound like dirges, the 12 songs and 2 instrumentals on David Stephens' 2007 release, 'Postcards From Sadness,' reflect a man who's been going through some stuff. There are songs about love, bad women, drinking and trying to forget, ('because I don't know too many people who drink to remember,' Stephens adds) death, doughnuts, and being on the road. This album spans two major geographical moves for Stephens. First, from his hometown roots in Alabama to the ever muggy ATL and currently the 'dirty sidewalks/dirty streets' of New York. Stephens mixes several different styles here: bluegrass, folk, honky-tonk, dixieland and a smidge of rock-n-roll for good measure. So, take off your shoes, get a tall glass of sweet tea and get ready to be tickled by a banjo.
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