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Tools For The Soul

SKU:  2626992

Recorded by: Danny Flowers

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1. Tools For The Soul(00:03:27)
2. Keep On Livin'(00:03:13)
3. Reason To Try(00:04:37)
4. Born To Believe(00:04:38)
5. At The Open Door(00:03:08)
6. What Would The Father Say(00:05:12)
7. Prayer Song(00:04:38)
8. Ready To Cross Over(00:04:35)
9. Ungodly(00:03:48)
10. World Enough And Time(00:03:31)
11. I Was A Burden(00:07:38)

Product Overview

Street Date: 05/22/2008
Danny Flowers’s album “Tools for the Soul” is a folk-inflected, roots rock journey of redemption by one of Nashville’s premier guitarists and songwriters. In crisp response to the musical question “O Brother Where Art Thou?”, Danny Flowers delivers the resounding response “Here I Art” through his stunning Brash Music label debut. Southern musical styles in particular have always included an element that mingled freely and seemed to defy the ability to be described in a single word. And that’s what we have with this. Danny Flowers’s record—it’s partly gospel, and the blues, and folk, and country. If you need to sum it up in a neater package, it’s essentially an “American Music” record. Which means a melting pot of styles but with an unabashedly Spiritual message. Calling it a Christian record doesn’t quite do it justice because of the musical cubbyhole that this implies in some circles, and yet there are “Jesus songs” on the record. Calling it a blues record is not quite right either—and yet the personal pain and suffering that gave birth to the blues sits right in the middle of the songwriting, and Danny plays one of the fi nest slide guitars this side of heaven. Maybe it’s an updated brand of traditional American folk music. While it might avoid a neat description, we think its appeal is unavoidable. We’ll leave it to the listener to decide.

Product Details

Weight (lb) 0.2
Width (in) 5.5
Length (in) 5
Height (in) 0.4
Product Format Burn On Demand
Label Imprint 2007 Brash Music
Subject Category Bluegrass
Number of Songs 11
Label Word Entertainment
Playing Time 00:00:00
UPC 881410003429

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