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This World Oft Can Be
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Album: This World Oft Can Be
# Song Title   Time
1)    Letter From Down The Road / And Other Things More Info... 2:51
2)    Maybeline More Info... 3:11
3)    Paper Prince More Info... 3:14
4)    Empire More Info... 2:52
5)    Hounds More Info... 3:42
6)    Ain't No Ash Will Burn More Info... 4:18
7)    Heaven's Gate More Info... 3:23
8)    Turtle Dove More Info... 2:48
9)    Pine Tree More Info... 3:21
10)    Like Bones More Info... 4:37
11)    This World Oft Can Be More Info... 3:11
12)    Some Roads Lead On More Info... 4:00
 

Album: This World Oft Can Be
# Song Title   Time
1)    Letter From Down The Road / And Other Things More Info... 2:51
2)    Maybeline More Info... 3:11
3)    Paper Prince More Info... 3:14
4)    Empire More Info... 2:52
5)    Hounds More Info... 3:42
6)    Ain't No Ash Will Burn More Info... 4:18
7)    Heaven's Gate More Info... 3:23
8)    Turtle Dove More Info... 2:48
9)    Pine Tree More Info... 3:21
10)    Like Bones More Info... 4:37
11)    This World Oft Can Be More Info... 3:11
12)    Some Roads Lead On More Info... 4:00
 
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  • Personnel: Celia Woodsmith (vocals, guitar); Courtney Hartman (guitar); Jenni Lyn Gardner (mandolin); Kimber Ludiker (fiddle).
  • Audio Mixer: Paul Q. Kolderie.
  • Liner Note Author: John Carter Cash.
  • Recording information: Cash Cabin Studios, Hendersonville, TN.
  • Photographer: David McClister.
  • This World Oft Can Be is the first Rounder release, and second full-length album, from the Boston-based Della Mae. Recorded at the old Johnny Cash studio near Nashville, the session was produced by bluegrass guitarist Bryan Sutton and mixed by indie rock engineer Paul Q. Kolderie. This is traditional American music, not just a bluegrass session. It's a combination of tradition and eclecticism, which has become the signature sound for the all-female band who refuse to be pigeonholed. The 12 songs, all originals, are mainly live-in-the-studio first takes, with very little overdubbing except for some of the harmony parts and solos. That first-take feel shines throughout the session, especially on the more overtly old-timey tracks "Empire," "Letter from Down the Road," and the title cut. The remaining tracks rework modern roots music with an added edge and singer/songwriter sensibilities. ~ Al Campbell
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