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Name:The Flatlanders Hills And Valleys (Advance) 2009 RVP[

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13-the_flatlanders-theres_never_been.mp3 (Size: 65.31 MB) (Files: 15)

 13-the_flatlanders-theres_never_been.mp3

5.40 MB

 12-the_flatlanders-sowing_on_the_mountain.mp3

7.28 MB

 11-the_flatlanders-free_the_wind.mp3

3.80 MB

 10-the_flatlanders-thank_god_for_the_road.mp3

6.94 MB

 09-the_flatlanders-the_way_we_are.mp3

4.75 MB

 08-the_flatlanders-cry_for_freedom.mp3

6.22 MB

 06-the_flatlanders-just_about_time.mp3

5.86 MB

 05-the_flatlanders-no_way_ill_never_need_you.mp3

4.64 MB

 04-the_flatlanders-wishing_for_a_rainbow.mp3

5.34 MB

 03-the_flatlanders-after_the_storm.mp3

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 02-the_flatlanders-borderless_love.mp3

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 01-the_flatlanders-homeland_refugee.mp3

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 00-the_flatlanders-hills_and_valleys-(advance)-2009.sfv

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 00-the_flatlanders-hills_and_valleys-(advance)-2009.nfo

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Artist : The Flatlanders |
| Album : Hills And Valleys |
| Bitrate : VBR kbps |
| Label : New West |
| Year : 2009 |
| Genre : Country |
| Rip date : Feb-06-2009 |
| Store date : Mar-31-2009 |
| Size : 70,8 MB |
| |
+--------------------------------[Track List]--------------------------------+
| |
|Track Listing: |
| |
| 01 - Homeland Refugee 03:58 |
| 02 - Borderless Love 03:17 |
| 03 - After The Storm 03:52 |
| 04 - Wishing For A Rainbow 04:21 |
| 05 - No Way I'll Never Need You 03:17 |
| 06 - Just About Time 03:49 |
| 07 - Love's Own Chains 03:44 |
| 08 - Cry For Freedom 04:17 |
| 09 - The Way We Are 03:12 |
| 10 - Thank God For The Road 05:01 |
| 11 - Free The Wind 03:09 |
| 12 - Sowing On The Mountain 05:06 |
| 13 - There's Never Been 04:31 |
| |
| |
| 51:34 min |
| |
+----------------------------------[Notes]-----------------------------------+
| |
| The 1990 Rounder CD collecting the Flatlanders' entire recorded history |
| wasn't called More a Legend Than a Band for nothing; although this |
| Lubbock, TX, group had the worst business luck this side of Badfinger |
| and never did manage a full-fledged release of their unique and |
| challenging take on traditional country music during their early-'70s |
| existence, the three key members — Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Joe Ely, and |
| Butch Hancock — went on to become three of Texas' most respected |
| singer/songwriters. |
| |
| Lubbock, a smallish college town in the middle of the cotton-growing |
| flatlands of the west Texas panhandle, is both a fiercely traditional |
| bastion of conservative values and, thanks to the surprisingly good |
| liberal arts departments at Texas Tech University and a relative lack of |
| outside artistic influences, a place where creatively minded people can |
| develop a unique and original style all their own. The Flatlanders |
| embody both sides of this dichotomy, which is what makes their music so |
| endlessly fascinating. The group began in 1970, when school friends |
| Hancock, Ely, and Gilmore all found themselves back in Lubbock after |
| having spent time in San Francisco, Europe, and Austin, respectively. |
| The three musicians roomed together and began playing together, with |
| various other local musicians drifting in and out of the lineup until |
| the group solidified with Gilmore on lead vocals, Ely and Hancock on |
| guitar, non-musician buddy Steve Wesson on autoharp and musical saw |
| (both of which he learned for the express purpose of joining the group), |
| Tommy Hancock (no relation) on fiddle, Sylvester Rice on upright bass, |
| and Tony Pearson on mandolin. |
| |
| The Flatlanders' manager, Lou Driver, met with another Lubbock boy, |
| Royce Clark, a freelance producer who worked for Shelby Singleton, who |
| at the time owned Sun Records. Far removed from its Sam Phillips glory |
| days, Sun was at this time little more than a catalog which Singleton |
| regularly plundered for his other labels, which included the bargain |
| basement reissue label Share and the barely more mainstream Plantation |
| Records, whose colorful logo was a fixture in the cheap bins at variety |
| stores and truck stops throughout the South. Clark convinced Singleton |
| to try the Lubbock boys out, and they arrived in Nashville in March |
| 1972, where they recorded enough material for a full album. Singleton |
| released a promo single of the group's strongest cut, "Dallas," in late |
| April of that year. The single attracted absolutely no radio attention, |
| and although the album had been mastered and artwork prepared, Singleton |
| scrubbed the release. |
| |
| In 1973, Jimmie Dale and the Flatlanders was just barely released — on |
| 8-track only. Although the tape showed up in the aforementioned Southern |
| variety stores and truck stops, a release on 8-track on a barely extant |
| budget label with no distribution to speak of is the next thing to no |
| release at all. The group returned to Lubbock and played a few more |
| gigs, but Wesson, Pearson, and Tommy Hancock all left the group by the |
| end of 1972. The core trio played a few more gigs and drifted apart more |
| than definitively breaking up. |
| |
| Normally, that would have been that, but by the end of the '70s, Ely and |
| Hancock were cult heroes, thanks to their respective solo albums, and |
| Gilmore, who had written several songs for both of them but had retired |
| from performing while he was studying with the guru Maharaji, was one of |
| the hippest names for Texas music fans to drop. In the mid-'80s, Gilmore |
| returned to performing in his adopted hometown of Austin, and there was |
| even a brief Flatlanders reunion at the Kerrville Folk Festival in the |
| late '80s. In 1990, after a couple of partial reissues of the |
| Flatlanders' material, Rounder Records released More a Legend Than a |
| Band, which reissued the original Jimmie Dale and the Flatlanders album, |
| minus the covers "Hello Stranger" and "Waiting for a Train," replacing |
| them with four previously unreleased tracks recorded during the same |
| sessions. Almost ten years later, the group reunited to perform a track |
| for The Horse Whisperer soundtrack album. They enjoyed their reuinion so |
| much that they continued to perform together, recording a new album |
| called Now Again and hitting the road for a well-received concert tour. |
| The trio that spent thirty years between their first and second albums |
| managed to reduce their downtime to a mere two years with the release of |
| Wheels of Fortune in 2004. |
|

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