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Nashville Tears

Rumer

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1.1
The Fate of Fireflies
Rumer
3:49
1.2
June It's Gonna Happen
Rumer
4:05
1.3
Oklahoma Stray
Rumer
3:54
1.4
Bristlecone Pine (feat. Lost Hollow)
Rumer; Lost Hollow
4:19
1.5
Ghost in This House
Rumer
4:16
1.6
Deep Summer in the Deep South
Rumer
5:22
1.7
Heart Full of Rain
Rumer
3:36
1.8
Hard Times for Lovers
Rumer
3:20
1.9
Starcrossed Hanger of the Moon
Rumer
3:41
1.10
The Song Remembers When
Rumer
3:53
1.11
That's That
Rumer
4:15
1.12
Here You Are
Rumer
4:03
1.13
Learning How to Love
Rumer
4:01
1.14
The Snow White Rows of Arlington
Rumer
4:24
1.15
Half the Moon
Rumer
3:17
Total Playing Time    60:15
Southern American folklore tells of song-catchers: individuals who possess a spiritual, almost supernatural, connection to the music of a culture. They gather important songs and preserve them, providing voices to give them life and ensuring they’re remembered. Rumer is such a song-catcher. Songs written by the British singer, like “Slow” and “Aretha,” made her a worldwide million-seller but she also has an unerring instinct for the work of others. On Nashville Tears, Rumer immerses herself in the catalog of Hugh Prestwood, a songwriter whose name is spoken with reverence by his colleagues. An album to savor, Nashville Tears collects fifteen of Prestwood’s finest songs, many never recorded until now, revealing truths of the heart, both intimate and universal, realistic and romantic.
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