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Concrete and Mud

Sam Morrow

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1
Heartbreak Man
Sam Morrow
3:49
2
Paid by the Mile
Sam Morrow
4:52
3
San Fernando Sunshine
Sam Morrow
4:47
4
Quick Fix
Sam Morrow
3:32
5
Good Ole Days
Sam Morrow
3:22
6
The Weight of a Stone
Sam Morrow
4:41
7
Skinny Elvis
Sam Morrow; Jaime Wyatt
2:58
8
Coming Home
Sam Morrow
3:08
9
Cigarettes
Sam Morrow
4:24
10
Mississippi River
Sam Morrow
3:37
Total Playing Time    39:10
Sam Marrow mixes multiple genres on his diverse album Concrete and Mud. Although adding new contemporary electronic, funk, and indie-rock elements to the tracks of this album Marrow is still able to showcase his dedication and pride for his southern upbringing in his music.

“This album is a melting pot of all different kinds of music that I listen to. There’s definitely a bit of an Americana and country music revival in L.A. and it’s so great to watch it grow and be apart of it. This record is a real product of where I came from, the south, and where I am, Los Angeles.”
- Sam Morrow
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sam Morrow Studio Masters

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