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Never Too Late to Call

Paul Thorn

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1.1
Two Tears of Joy
Paul Thorn
3:00
1.2
It's Never Too Late to Call
Paul Thorn
3:01
1.3
Sapalo
Paul Thorn
3:09
1.4
Breaking up for Good Again
Paul Thorn
3:35
1.5
What I Could Do
Paul Thorn
3:53
1.6
Here We Go
Paul Thorn
2:48
1.7
Apple Pie Moonshine
Paul Thorn
3:24
1.8
Sapphire Dream
Paul Thorn
3:59
1.9
You Mess Around & Get a Buzz
Paul Thorn
3:09
1.10
Goodbye is the Last Word
Paul Thorn
3:41
1.11
Holy Hottie Toddy
Paul Thorn
3:35
Total Playing Time    37:14
"The Tupelo, Mississippi singer-songwriter still imprints his music with Southern charm, whether his drawling out the words slowly for effect or making references to local culture such as comparing love to 'apple pie moonshine'. These regional affectations allow him to see both exotic and familiar ... Thorn charmingly delivers a serious message as a Southern gentleman because he gives a damn." - Popmatters Seven years in the making, Never Too Late To Call features all original material, some songs written by Thorn, others co-written with his friend and longtime manager Billy Maddox. The album was recorded at Sam Phillips Studio in Memphis and produced and engineered by Grammy winning wunderkind Matt Ross-Spang.
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