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Hell on an Angel

Dillon Carmichael

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1
Natural Disaster
Dillon Carmichael
6:24
2
It's Simple
Dillon Carmichael
3:31
3
Country Women
Dillon Carmichael
3:15
4
Hell on an Angel
Dillon Carmichael
4:34
5
Dancing Away with My Heart
Dillon Carmichael
3:47
6
Hard on a Hangover
Dillon Carmichael
3:47
7
That's What Hank Would Do
Dillon Carmichael
3:59
8
Might Be a Cowboy
Dillon Carmichael
3:59
9
Old Flame
Dillon Carmichael
4:35
10
Dixie Again
Dillon Carmichael
5:24
Total Playing Time    43:15
Merging a sonically progressive palette with a tasteful reverence for the past, the Burgin, KY native has crafted a slice of solid country gold — one that’s fueled by plainspoken lyrics and a rich baritone voice — on his Dave Cobb-produced debut. The album captures vivid snapshots of the people Carmichael grew up around: hardworking, bighearted folks taking life one day at a time, sticking together through the good times and the bad with honesty, dignity and faith.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Riser House Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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