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Stumpjumper is the exciting Red House debut from Charlie Parr! His first album featuring a backing band bringing a new energy and driving groove to this cool collection of songs. Parr's blistering finger-picking and gritty, soulful vocals deliver his 11 originals as well as his take on the classic murder ballad, "Delia." Recorded in North Carolina with Phil Cook (Megafaun, Hiss Golden Messenger) Stumpjumper is Charlie's first album recorded outside of Minnesota and reflects the rural environment that surrounded the sessions.
Stumpjumper is the exciting Red House debut from Charlie Parr! His first album featuring a backing band bringing a new energy and driving groove to this cool collection of songs. Parr's blistering finger-picking and gritty, soulful vocals deliver his 11 originals as well as his take on the classic murder ballad, "Delia." Recorded in North Carolina with Phil Cook (Megafaun, Hiss Golden Messenger) Stumpjumper is Charlie's first album recorded outside of Minnesota and reflects the rural environment that surrounded the sessions.
033651028321

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Format: CD
Label: RDH
Rel. Date: 04/28/2015
UPC: 033651028321

Stumpjumper
Artist: Charlie Parr
Format: CD
New: Available $14.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Evil Companion
2. Empty Out Your Pockets
3. Falcon
4. Remember Me If I Forget
5. On Marrying A Woman With An Uncontrollable Temper
6. Over The Red Cedar
7. Resurrection
8. Stumpjumper
9. Temperance River Blues
10. Frank Miller Blues
11. Delia

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Stumpjumper is the exciting Red House debut from Charlie Parr! His first album featuring a backing band bringing a new energy and driving groove to this cool collection of songs. Parr's blistering finger-picking and gritty, soulful vocals deliver his 11 originals as well as his take on the classic murder ballad, "Delia." Recorded in North Carolina with Phil Cook (Megafaun, Hiss Golden Messenger) Stumpjumper is Charlie's first album recorded outside of Minnesota and reflects the rural environment that surrounded the sessions.
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