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Henry Wagons - "Expecting Company?" FLAC album


Performer: Henry Wagons
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: "Expecting Company?"
Released: 2012
Style: Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1472 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1598 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1131 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 252
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Henry Wagons was named by The Age Melbourne Magazine as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Melbourne in 2009. Early bands On 6 March 2013, Henry Wagons recorded Upstairs at United Vol. 9. Henry presents 7 songs including an Elvis cover and a Waylon Jennings cover. Upstairs At United is a series of all analog, direct to tape, live studio recordings, taped above the United Records Pressing Plant, Nashville.

Henry Wagons’s debut solo album is a slim but interesting collection of duets that are-like his work with his band Wagons-rootsy, genre-jumping and occasionally psychedelic and hard-rocking.

Expecting Company? is Henry Wagons’ first release separate from the band whose appellation is also his surname (. Despite the use of his full name, it wouldn’t be accurate to call this mini-album a ‘solo’ outing because six of the seven tracks are duets. The songs’ second speaker furthers the width of what is presented by interacting with the lead lyrical theme

Henry Wagons bellows early on his new duets EP, Expecting Company? Of course he is. The Australian singer approaches country music not as a musical genre, but as a cultural milieu to be exploited for its dark amorality. As on previous album with his band Wagons, the keys are uniformly minor, the subjects dark and gritty, the stakes always Biblical. The song I’m in Love with Mary Magdalene features guest vocals by Sophia Brous, who plays Nancy Sinatra-or at least Nina Lizell-to his besotted Lee Hazlewood, but the effect is more comical than grave