No Place for a Sensitive Man, 03:42. Red, White & Blue, 04:35.
Slow Burn further affirms that premise, in that it boasts a series of rugged rockers that amp up the attitude and ring with his usual resilience. Whereas his last album, the appropriately dubbed Contender, progressed through a series of loosely constructed narratives, the new album spares no effort when it comes to airing his raging recriminations. If song titles like No Place for a Sensitive Man, Asshole and Slow Burn don’t already hint at the venom within, the fiery sentiments, whiplash refrains and sprawling arrangements clearly lay bare his wayward musings.
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Kenneth Lauren Burns (born July 29, 1953) is an American filmmaker, known for his style of using archival footage and photographs in documentary films. His widely known documentary series include The Civil War (1990), Baseball (1994), Jazz (2001), The War (2007), The National Parks: America's Best Idea (2009), Prohibition (2011), The Roosevelts (2014), and The Vietnam War (2017).
Tell It to the Wind 03:34. Red, White & Blue 04:38. All songs from All's Fair in Love & War. Other albums. Ken Will Morton - Still Look Pretty 03:59 AthFest 2007 Volume Two. Ken Will Morton - Tell It To The Wind 03:07 AthFest 2010. Ken Will Morton - Hitting Ditches 04:37 AthFest 2012.
Ken Will Morton is a singer songwriter from Georgia. To stand out in that crowded field one has to have the humility to sit back and let the song take center stage. Morton successfully walks the fine line between playing the music and letting the music play him on his latest disc, Contenders. This is raspy voiced, pretty Americana folk music, crisply played with slow and mid tempo melodies that warmly recall a more subdued Steve Earle. While it is easy for harmonica baring singer songwriters to fall into a formulaic sound, Morton breathes real life into his bare songs because this sense of humility is so strong. A good song can sing itself.
Ken Will Morton-vocals, guitars, bass, Rob Keller – bass, backing vocals Andrew Vickery – mandolin, dobro Scotty Nicholson – piano Dean Johnston – drums, percussion Adam Poulin – fiddle Russ Hallauer – mandolin, banjo, banjolin, psaltery harp, percussion. Michelle Roche Media Relations michelleelleroche. com ww. hostmeatrecords. Music has become the lifeblood of Ken Will Morton. An accomplished singer/songwriter based in Athens, GA, his music is rock with elements of Americana, roots, folk and blues. With seven releases under his belt, his songwriting and unique voice has been praised by numerous publications.
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