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Closer Than I Appear - Rosanne Cash - Rules Of Travel (CD, Album)

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  1. Listen free to Rosanne Cash – Rules Of Travel (Beautiful Pain, 44 Stories and more). 11 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at minddabrodatlelaliletpharigothin.coinfo
  2. Mar 26,  · Rosanne Cash's new album "Rules of Travel" just came out today. It is her first in a very long time, after some health issues that threatened her voice (e.g. polyp on the vocal cords, or something along that line). Rosanne's absence from the music scene didn't cause her to feel the need to make a 78+ minute bloated manifesto for the CD era.
  3. Cash, Rosanne - Rules of Travel - minddabrodatlelaliletpharigothin.coinfo Music and this wonderfully visual song came alive. "Closer Than I Appear" is the hardest-rocking track on the CD, with a searing vocal, tinkling, pumping keyboards, picture perfect percussion and hand claps (anything with handclaps is the epitome of cool!). und Ihre Musik sein. Schade nur /5(69).
  4. Oct 25,  · From Rosanne's very good album of 'Rules Of Travel'. Written by Rosanne Cash. Produced by John Leventhal. Lyrics on screen as requested. No .
  5. Jan 01,  · Rules of Travel is a studio album by singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash, released in It was her first album of new material in nearly seven years. On the track "September When It Comes," she is joined by her father Johnny Cash; Cash would in fact die in September , making this one of the last recordings to be released during his lifetime.5/5(6).
  6. Feb 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Rules Of Travel · Rosanne Cash Rules Of Travel ℗ Capitol Records, LLC Released on: .
  7. At every level, Rules of Travel distinguishes itself. A latecomer to songwriting, Rosanne Cash delivers plenty of compelling material, fully comparable in quality to the album's two non-original cuts. She comes up with fresh and intriguing chord changes to end verses and choruses on the title track, and images whose rugged eloquence perfectly fits the early-morning mumble of Steve Earle on "I.
  8. 'Cause baby, I'm closer than I appear. Yeah, baby, I'm closer than I appear. 'Cause somewhere inside, I'm reachin' out for you. Somewhere inside, we both know the truth. But I learned lots of rules 'bout what a man's made of, An' I got to rethink what I know about love. Hey, I'm willin' to change. If I still seem the same, well it's just them.

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