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MP3 Alan Haynes - New Roads
Present-day Folk fuses with Present-day Christian, Country Folk Shake and Bluegrass to make a Country Folk Modernistic Gospel blend.
12 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Modernistic Folk, COUNTRY: Country Folk
New Roads Songs
What is it?
"New Roads" is country folk.
What does it sound like?
John Prine meets Harry Chapin, with a country folk beat and a lot of harmonies.
This twelve-song studio production was mastered by two-time Grammy nominee Fred Bogert of Briarpatch Productions in Hendersonville, Tn.
"New Roads" is a fusion of many sounds and influences with consistent spiritual overtones.
"New Roads" instrumentation includes guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, various percussion, mandolin, banjo, and harmonica. It judiciously incorporates two, three, and four- part harmonies.
Alan plays a 1972 Martin D-28 guitar on these recordings.
Alan Ross Haynes was born long, long ago on a faraway planet, where he was raised by extraterrestrial bipeds that played country music.
Alan currently performs with the Unity Clearwater Band, a Present-day Christian band associated with the Unity Church of Clearwater. In this capacity, he has performed with well-known artists, including Jana Stanfield, Karen Taylor-Good, David Roth, Fred Bogert, Penny Nichols, Paula Hawley, Greg Tamblyn, Richard Mekdeci, and others.
He recently performed his satirical song "Let's Eat The Poor" at a house concert in Saugerties, N.Y., with recording artist David Roth and Richard Kniss, legendary bass player for Peter, Paul, and Mary and John Denver.
Some listener comments:
"I took your CD to Chicago this past weekend and just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed it..... a lot of powerful material in there."- David Roth, Recording Artist
NEW ROADS - Alan Haynes -
Alan's debut CD is filled with heart, from the heart of Americana. Alan's voice goes to your soul and he becomes your best friend halfway into the first cut.
Listening to the opening strains of "Three Shadows", you may think you accidentally put in a Bob Dylan CD. Alan has a very acoustic grass roots sound that makes you feel you are in the room with him. "Tiny Little Seed" is a fun bouncy affirmation of faith. There are topics of family, friends, lovers, God, faith, personal transformation and a touching post mortem birthday song to his mother. This CD and songbook are a great combination for an acoustic - based music team. Companion songbook of lead lines, words and chords.
Richard Mekdeci, Recording Artist,
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Ever reach for a CD in a moment when you're feeling sort of lost? I found Alan Haynes' first cd in just such a moment, and felt, as many friends have told me they felt, too, that he was singing me "hope." His songs offer wise reflection and gentle assurance for the traveler. His music is sure and sincere, and the lyrics are good company on the Path--not "religious," but powerfully spiritual. We listen to so many CD's "one song at a time," and may tend to favor one or two in an entire collection. But every song on Alan's CD is integral to the soul's journey, and we listen to it in entirety, over and over. Every one is a "keeper," and every one takes us on "New Roads" that we know we will long to travel again and again. -- The Reverend Leddy Hammock, Unity Church of Clearwater
A songbook (also titled "New Roads" and containing 10 of the 12 songs) is available at [email protected]://www.tradebit.com.
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