Old 97’s Gruene Hall Murry Hammond Valentine
MURRY HAMMOND, I Don’t Know Where I’m Going But I’m On My Way (self)
Already a key player on one of the best albums of the year (Blame It On Gravity) as the bassist for the Old 97’s, Hammond takes a more spiritual route with his solo release ‘I Don’t Know Where I’m Going But I’m On My Way’. A deep and poignant reflection from a soaring artist in 2008. Respects! File under: Folk / Gospel
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- IRMA THOMAS, Simply Grand (Rounder)
Official Site | Samples (Amazon)
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