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|01||Al Scorch|| Al Scorch And The Cold Dead Hands (7", Blu)||Half-Day Records||01||US||2008|
Released on marbled pink vinyl. Illustrated label does not indicate sides or songs. Covers photocopied on red and yellow paper. Photocopied lyrics/credit insert.
Al Scorch is an American singer-songwriter, banjo player, and guitarist. His music incorporates country, punk, folk, bluegrass, rock, and blues. Scorch grew up in Chicago's northwest side, in the community of Dunning. His father was musical and played the piano. Scorch learned how to play the guitar when he was 10 or 11 years old, then switched to the banjo around the age of 12. He said his mother always had a banjo in the house and would play it periodically. Al Scorch Circle Round The Signs, released 13 May 2016 1. Pennsylvania Turnpike 2. Lost At Sea 3. Everybody Out 4. Insomnia 5. Lonesome Low 6. Want One 7. City Lullaby 8. Slipknot 9. Poverty Draft 10. Love After Death. I love you cause youre perfect and the only thing Id change Is that you could come back to me and we could be together again. Al Scorch. Balanced on wedges of punk, old-time string band, American and European folk, and soulful balladry, Al. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created 29 December 2010. Movie Picture - Al Scorch. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Al Scorch grew up in Chicago, with its storied history of corrupt power at the top and righteous fighters and big dreamers at the bottom. From the town that gave the world characters like Studs Terkel, Upton Sinclair, and the anarchists in Bughouse Square, Scorch adds his voice to the choir with the enthusiasm and charisma of a Maxwell Street preacher. He eyes the prize of that ever-elusive promised land thats worth scrapping for, wherever or whatever it may be. Al Scorch and the Cold Dead Hands. 12 listeners. 2008 4 tracks. Последние твиты от Al Scorch Al Scorch. Recording artist for BSHQ, songwriter, banjo slayer, bicycle rider, and thrift store junkie. And the fact that it will happen again. Information on Al Scorch. Al Scorch writes some damn beautiful and smart songs. He plays the banjo but aint no hillbilly caricature. When he sings he sometimes sounds like one of those guys whod show up at protests and rallies to cheer on the weary and the workers. At the same time, you know he lives in a time once graced by Jason Molina. Scorch has some of that purity about him, sounding like a soul too fragile for the weight of this world. He conveys a lifetime of pain and injustice within five minutes time during Poverty Draft , a moving lament that suggests the poor are always with us. Until, of course, theyre