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Richard Moreland - Mr. Hurt mp3 album

  • Performer: Richard Moreland
  • Title: Mr. Hurt
  • Genre: Rock / World, Country
  • Style: Country, Garage Rock
  • MP3 album: 1836 mb
  • FLAC album: 1846 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 254
Richard Moreland - Mr. Hurt mp3 album

John Robert Moreland (born June 22, 1985) is an American singer-songwriter from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Moreland was born in Longview, Texas, the son of Robert Lloyd Moreland, an engineer, and Connie May Moreland (née Brandon), a school librarian. Moreland's father worked for Sunoco as an electrical engineer, and because of this job the family moved a lot. His was a conservative Southern Baptist family. When he was a baby they moved to Northern Kentucky, across the river from Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Richard L. Moreland has 11 books on Goodreads, and recently added Calling Mr. Beige: Book One of the Shuttlecocks Series by Brian Harris, Those Crazy Nu. .They will not be notified.

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To reduce Moreland’s album to an uncomplicated transformation about a sad man falling in love and getting happy simply misses the mark. Moreland has also peppered his new album with several more pokes at his penchant for misery. If we don’t bleed it don’t feel like a song, he teases at one point. Two songs later, he asks a question that he’s asked himself many times over the past few years, when the way his music was being received had made him self-doubting and insecure about his life’s work.

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Old Omens/Thirty Tigers). The Oklahoma folk singer John Moreland has a beautifully abraded voice, full of potholes and gravel. Rarely does he wield it with power - instead, his soft hallow scrape is marked by flexibility and candor. At the beginning of Cherokee, one of the many fine songs on High on Tulsa Heat, his third full-length solo album, he sings, I guess I’ve got a taste for poison/ I’ve given up on ever being well, and it sounds as if he’s singing from the sickbed somewhere, with no visitors on the horizon.

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A Mr. Hurt
Written-By – Ronal McCown
B Special Way Of Lov'in
Written-By – R. Westmoreland*

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