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The Violet Hour - Civil Wars* - Barton Hollow (CDr, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Barton Hollow on Discogs/5(39).
  2. Having discovered The Civil Wars this year, I bought this album before seeing them in concert a few days before they sadly broke up. The songs on the album are beautifully sung with amazing harmonising. When I buy any album I tend to 'flick' through the tracks, consequently, apart from Barton Hollow I thought maybe the rest were pretty much the /5().
  3. The Civil Wars - Barton Hollow (Deluxe Version) () FLAC Genres: FLAC 16 bit / Indie / Country / Folk , aleXs All music The Civil Wars.
  4. about. An Americana, folk, and country duo formed around guitarist John Paul White and vocalist Joy Williams, the Civil Wars made a quick name for themselves with the release of a digital album, Live at Eddie's Attic, in
  5. In February , The Civil Wars – a duo comprising Joy Williams and John Paul White – won two Grammy Awards: Best Folk Album for their debut album, Barton Hollow, and Best Country Duo/Group.
  6. Listen free to The Civil Wars – Barton Hollow (20 Years, I've Got This Friend and more). 12 tracks (). Barton Hollow is the first full-length studio album from independent group The Civil Wars. Helmed by Grammy Award-winning producer Charlie Peacock, it was released on February 1, , and became the #1 downloaded album on iTunes that same week.
  7. Feb 01,  · If the feeling of pure love could be expressed through music, we think it would sound something like the tightly woven harmonies of The Civil Wars' Joy Williams and John Paul White on Barton telsimirenewsri.chlornelnimorosimimenttenbijavig.infoinfog together in tandem on virtually every line, the pair celebrate the traditions of American roots music as much as they do the experience of falling in and out of love, especially on .
  8. Joy Williams and John Paul White aren’t a couple, but they certainly sound like they’re in love, singing together with the sort of familiarity that only seems to exist between couples and siblings. On Barton Hollow, their studio debut as the Civil Wars, the two trace each other’s melodies with close harmonies that never fail to lose their romance, even on breakup tunes like “Falling.”8/

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