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Torrent description

| Artist : Buddy And Julie Miller |
| Album : Written In Chalk |
| Bitrate : VBR kbps |
| Label : New West |
| Year : 2009 |
| Genre : Country |
| Rip date : Feb-02-2009 |
| Store date : Mar-03-2009 |
| Size : 62,6 MB |
| |
+--------------------------------[Track List]--------------------------------+
| |
|Track Listing: |
| |
| 01 - Ellis County 03:51 |
| 02 - Gasoline And Matches 03:14 |
| 03 - Don't Say Goodbye feat. Patty Griffin 05:11 |
| 04 - What You Gonna Do Leroy feat. Robert 03:45 |
| Plant |
| 05 - A Long, Long Time 04:14 |
| 06 - One Part, Two Part feat. Regina McCrary 03:44 |
| 07 - Chalk feat. Patty Griffin 03:41 |
| 08 - Everytime We Say Goodbye 04:35 |
| 09 - Hush, Sorrow feat. Regina McCrary 04:02 |
| 10 - Smooth 06:17 |
| 11 - June 04:16 |
| 12 - The Selfishness Of Man feat. Emmylou 04:20 |
| Harris |
| |
| |
| 51:10 min |
| |
+----------------------------------[Notes]-----------------------------------+
| |
| Pop stardom has, for many years, attuned listeners to the arrival of |
| shining new faces filled with vital new ideas, to which attention must |
| be paid. Instantly. Briefly, for the most part. |
| |
| It says here that there is another path, at least if what one cares |
| about is music, and not celebrity. The steady lines in Buddy Millers |
| face, the passions which abide within his voice, and the effortless |
| inflection of his guitar all matched against words given shape by and |
| with his wife, Julie, her writing and singing voice twining against his |
| they speak, as well, to the arrival of genius. Just not clothed in the |
| baggage of youth. |
| |
| It works like this: Malcolm Gladwell (the brilliant and best-selling |
| synthesist of the varied research which seeks to explain how our brains |
| work) recently summarized the research of a University of Chicago |
| economist named David Galenson, who has been studying the age at which |
| genius presents itself to the world. Two paradigms emerge. The |
| precocious Pablo Picasso arrived as daunting and fertile talent in his |
| early 20s, while the meticulous Paul Cézanne did not have an exhibition |
| of his paintings until he was 57. Gladwell has also been advancing the |
| thesis that it takes 10,000 hours to acquire mastery of any given skill. |
| This explains the slow, steady career arc of Buddy and Julie Miller. |
| |
| Buddy will be 56 when Written in Chalk hits stores, though his work has |
| been on regular exhibit since his wife, Julie (who is somewhat younger), |
| began recording in 1990, and more so since he finally started making his |
| own records in 1995. If his genius has not yet been widely recognized, |
| no matter; the other musicians, they know. (There was a reason the final |
| print edition of No Depression magazine proclaimed him to be artist of |
| the decade, and it was not simply the mercurial humor of the magazines |
| two editors. It was the music.) |
| |
| He has been a singer, and the successful writer and co-writer of songs |
| other people sang, many of them country stars, including the Dixie |
| Chicks, Lee Ann Womack, and Brooks & Dunn. He has been a multi- |
| instrumentalist and harmony singer for a succession of acclaimed |
| performers, beginning with Julie, and then in prompt succession Emmylou |
| Harris, Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams. And, most recently, Alison Krauss |
| and Robert Plant. And he has produced records in the studio he built in |
| their home released separately under his name and Julies, and bearing |
| their names together (as with Written in Chalk). That same living space |
| has produced acclaimed albums by Solomon Burke, Allison Moorer, and |
| Jimmie Dale Gilmore. |
| |
| For some years it was Julie who stood center stage, first back in |
| Austin, Texas, where they met (she didnt want the band to hire him), |
| then in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and, finally, Nashville, |
| where they settled in 1993, a short drive from Music Row. Along the way |
| the Millers became close friends and supporters of Shawn Colvin, Jim |
| Lauderdale, Peter Case and Victoria Williams, played in bands with |
| guitarists Larry Campbell and Gurf Morlix, and drummer Don Heffington. |
| Worked on their art, slowly, surely. Perhaps uncertainly, but working, |
| always. Beginning in 1990 Julie released four albums within the |
| Christian market, and then two on the now shuttered roots label |
| HighTone. Her last one, Broken Things, came out in 1999. Buddy has so |
| far made five proper lone players under his own name, though Julies |
| singing and writing voice is ever-present throughout. And then, at last, |
| in 2001, they finally, formally released an album under both names. |
| |
| Eight years later, one of the most respected creative teams in Nashville |
| and beyond has returned with a new suite of songs. |
| |
| All things being equal, its a remarkable accomplishment. Both the album, |
| and its making. Julie has had a tough time of it. Some years back she |
| was diagnosed with fibromylgia (which is characterized by muscular pain, |
| fatigue, and sleep deprivation), and so has had to cope with the ravages |
| of a chronic illness. Five years ago her brother, Jeff Griffin, was |
| struck by lightning while mowing their parents yard. She is a woman who |
| feels deeply, and there is a careful emotional raggedness to many of the |
| songs she unveils here. (And an unexpected helping of humor and joy, and |
| abiding faith, too.) And Buddy hes just been busy. In the two weeks he |
| had set aside to finish this album last spring originally simply to have |
| been another Buddy Miller album he was also trying to learn several |
| dozens of songs he would be playing on tour with Robert Plant and Alison |
| Krauss. And to remember how to play the steel guitar hed agreed to bring |
| along for that gig. In between lining up production gigs, and the like. |
| |
| It didnt get done. Or, rather, Written in Chalk didnt get finished |
| during that particular two-week slot, though he tried. But instead of |
| simply meeting a deadline and turning in what he had finished, Buddy set |
| the album aside and went back onto the road. This left time and room for |
| a duet with Robert Plant (which they played publicly for the first time |
| as part of the Americana Music Associations 2008 Honors & Awards last |
| September), and the additional gestation time seems to have emboldened |
| Julie to become a full partner in the process. (Indeed, Buddy has only |
| one co-write, and the balance of the album, save his well-chosen covers, |
| comes from Julies pen.) |
| |
| Buddy was born near Dayton, Ohio, to an Air Force family, and mostly |
| raised in Princeton, New Jersey. Julie Griffin was born and raised in |
| Waxahachie, Texas. They met, in 1975, in Austin, when he auditioned for |
| a band she was in. She didnt take to him right off, but theyve been |
| married a long time. Only a couple of such confidence and competence |
| could chance the emotional honesty of Written in Chalk. Only musicians |
| of such renown could round up collaborators like Larry Campbell (who has |
| played with Dylan, Levon Helm, and one or two others), keyboard player |
| John Deaderick (Dixie Chicks, Mindy Smith), drummer Brady Blades |
| (Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle), and singers like Patty Griffin, Emmylou |
| Harris, and that guy who used to be in Led Zeppelin. |
| |
| But, in the end, only Buddy and Julie Miller could make a record this |
| good.

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