COUNTRY SIDE OF HARMONICA SAM : Broken Bottle, Broken Heart
The Country Side of Harmonica Sam, this isn’t just about taking you back in time.
This is about making country music the way it’s supposed to be, the way it originally was when electric instruments first came about, and the way it still should be made, with reverence for the roots and history of the music, and a passion for telling stories that will always be relevant to wounded hearts.
We’re talking about every single element of the presentation—from the words, to the music, to the singing style and the way the snare drum sounds and the exact notes played by the steel guitar, even the recording technique being so painstakingly aligned with classic country modes, there is lossless quality between what you’ll hear here, and a piece of country music cut in the 1950’s.
01. My First Broken Heart (Since My Last Broken Heart)
02. How Can I Love You?
03. I've Been Draggin' Since You've Gone
04. Losing A Girl You Never Had
05. I'll leave The Front door Open
06. Stepping Out
07. Cry Baby
08. Broken Bottle, Broken Heart
09. I Drink Because I Care
10. If That's The Way It's Gotta Be
11. Empty House
12. Why Me
13. Waiting For A Sunny Day
14. Patches Of My Heart