Download Ben Kweller - Changing Horses
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180 gram; comes with poster/lyric sheet; embossed front and back cover.
Changing Horses is the fourth studio album by Ben Kweller, which was expected for release in September 2008 but was eventually released on February 2, 2009 in Europe and February 3 2009 in the United States. Kweller has described the new album as being more Country in style than his previous releases. The album features his rhythm section Chris Morrissey bass and Mark Stepro drums. It also debuts the talents of Kitt Kitterman, Kweller's manager, who plays pedal steel guitar and Dobro. On November. Changing Horses - Ben Kweller. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Kweller's southern pedigree has always made itself known - in the twang of his acoustic guitar, in the lilt of his voice - but Changing Horses shines a spotlight on those nuances, replacing the heartland rock & roll of his past albums with a healthy dose of Americana. This is saloon-styled songwriting, complete with flashes of close harmony and images of Greyhound stations, starry skies, and homebound highways. Album 2009 10 Songs. Changing Horses Ben Kweller. free to Ben Kweller Changing Horses Gypsy Rose, Old Hat and more. 10 tracks 35:39. multiple prizes were given away and one lucky couple got to have dinner with Ben. Changing Horses, 2009. Ben Kweller. Homeward Bound, 03:50. Changing Horses emphatically answers the question of what next for Ben Kweller and although not faultless, its a strong showing, especially for someone exploring a new musical direction as he is. Read full review. Alternative Press. Regardless of one's opinion on music that drawls, Changing Horses is worth your attention. Changing Horses. Ben Kweller Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Ben Kweller is an all-around fantastic musician with a surprisingly large underground fanbase. He's multi-instrumentally talented, and on this and past records, he shows us his versatility in that area. His first album in 3 years, Changing Horses is an risky experiment for Kweller, transitioning from contemplative, mid-tempo piano pop to a country sound