Harrison Hudson

American Thunder +

American Thunder + by Harrison Hudson
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For fans of:The Oneders, Diane Dane, Freddy Fredrickson, The Chantrellines, The Shrimp Shack Shooters
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  1. At The Start
  2. Stay
  3. Bookstore Girl
  4. Indie Rock N Roll Queen
  5. Cherish The One You Got
  6. Every Girl
  7. Run My Way
  8. Allie
  9. Fire And Fizzle Part Two
  10. Turn It Up Or Turn It Off
  11. If You Leave
  12. Sadly Sad
  13. You Will Let Me Down
  14. Cold
  15. Happy Enough
  16. Girl With Flowers In Her Hair
  17. Run My Way
  18. Time
  19. Stay
  20. A Little Girl
  21. Cold
  22. Ever Since You Said Hello
  23. Miles Of Stone
  24. Mona Lisa (Nat King Cole Cover)
Description
The American rock n’ roll of the ‘50s and ‘60s ran on raw, unfiltered emotion, and was driven by ardent soul. The muscle cars, steel mechanics, and never ending highways were the image, but the spirit was inherit in the melodies and layered vocals — the ideal at the heart of American Thunder, Harrison Hudson’s third full-length album. Behind the spacious guitars and the overall vibe there is Hudson, sharing the best moments of the American rock radio that lavished his childhood. To keep the spirit of the gritty early days of Rock N’ Roll without ending up with a throwback record the band entered a modern studio with Kevin Dailey and Micah Tawlks behind the boards. To jump into an old rock studio of AM radio glory in Nashville would have been easy, but the end album would have been a plastic design. The old idea lost in a chase to recreate. American Thunder accomplishes the goal. The spirit of the old days of Rock N’ Roll radio have been captured and embraced, not re-manufactured.
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