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When the Sun Goes Down is the follow-up to Kieran Kane and Rayna Gellert's acclaimed debut, The Ledges. Recorded live at home, When the Sun Goes Down captures the duo's grounded, restrained playing and singing with a shimmering intimacy. With themes ranging from the achingly personal to the pointedly political, these new songs from Kane and Gellert illustrate their movement toward a more thorough synthesis of their musical backgrounds. Guitar, fiddle, banjo, and octave mandolin - in combination with their deeply affecting vocal blend - are employed in ways both evocative and modern.
When the Sun Goes Down is the follow-up to Kieran Kane and Rayna Gellert's acclaimed debut, The Ledges. Recorded live at home, When the Sun Goes Down captures the duo's grounded, restrained playing and singing with a shimmering intimacy. With themes ranging from the achingly personal to the pointedly political, these new songs from Kane and Gellert illustrate their movement toward a more thorough synthesis of their musical backgrounds. Guitar, fiddle, banjo, and octave mandolin - in combination with their deeply affecting vocal blend - are employed in ways both evocative and modern.
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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Rel. Date: 03/15/2019
UPC: 888295860390

When The Sun Goes Down [Indie Exclusive]
Artist: Kieran Kane and Rayna Gellert
Format: CD
New: In Stock $14.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Who Knows
2. Bells ; Clover
3. Ain't Got Jesus
4. What Would You Do
5. Stable
6. One Foot in the Grave
7. Can't Live Without You
8. Ghost
9. Not the Time 1
10. Shoulda Been Done

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When the Sun Goes Down is the follow-up to Kieran Kane and Rayna Gellert's acclaimed debut, The Ledges. Recorded live at home, When the Sun Goes Down captures the duo's grounded, restrained playing and singing with a shimmering intimacy. With themes ranging from the achingly personal to the pointedly political, these new songs from Kane and Gellert illustrate their movement toward a more thorough synthesis of their musical backgrounds. Guitar, fiddle, banjo, and octave mandolin - in combination with their deeply affecting vocal blend - are employed in ways both evocative and modern.
        
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