MIRANDA LAMBERT - KEROSENE, album released 2005.
Encoded 192Kbps [Lame] mp3. Covers included.
Miranda Lambert was born November 10, 1983, in Lindale, TX, a small town about 80 miles east of Dallas, the daughter of country guitarist and songwriter Rick Lambert [her mother, Bev, ran a detective agency].
Serious artists don't usually get discovered via TV talent shows, but this 21-year-old former Nashville Star finalist has become an important songwriter and vocalist with her debut album, Kerosene, which immediately sprang to the top of the country charts. Overall, it's a set of amiable country pop, but the title track and "What About Georgia?," which open the disc, are rock songs at heart--driven by a hard-smacked snare drum and layers of guitar. But what's really at the core of these excellent performances is Lambert's romantic lyrics and versatile singing. When she's playing the angry lover in "Kerosene," she's loaded with punky attitude. When she's brokenhearted and moving on in "New Strings," her soft, delicate tones and gentle phrasing perfectly capture a rich blend of sadness and hope. There's even a bit of Dolly Parton's sweet vibrato and rustic charm in "Me and Charlie Talking," a nostalgic contemplation on love and life's simple virtues. Lambert authored or co-penned 11 of Kerosene's dozen tunes, but what she's really written is the first chapter in what may be a long, impressive career.
02 What About Georgia?
03 Greyhound Bound for Nowhere
04 New Strings
05 I Can't Be Bothered
06 Bring Me Down
07 Me and Charlie Talking
08 I Wanna Die
09 Love Is Looking for You
10 Mamma, I'm Alright
11 There's a Wall
12 Love Your Memory
THE VIDEOS [mpeg SkidVid]
TV rip, edited, logos removed and encoded 352 x 288 mpeg.
Miranda Lambert - Kerosene
Miranda Lambert - Me and Charlie Talking
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