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After The Storm album for sale by Chris LeDoux was released Apr 09, 2002 on the Capitol Nashville label. In AFTER THE STORM this 30-year veteran of rodeo championships and country music (though not necessarily in that order) has come up with a revealing collection of personal songs intertwined with some of the most authentic country you're likely to hear on the charts in this part of the 21st century. Perhaps because of Chris Ledoux's own late personal crises (recovering from liver surgery), STORM is refreshingly devoid of the anthemic preoccupations with national catastrophes prevalent on other country artistes' contemporaneous albums. After The Storm CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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Chris LeDoux - After The Storm Album Track Listing
|1||Some Things Never Change|
|3||Don't It Make You Want to Dance |
|5||I Don't Want To Mention Any Names|
|6||I Would For You |
|7||Cowboy Up |
|8||Scatter the Ashes|
|9||What I'm Up Against|
|10||Simple as Dirt See All 3||4:32|| $1.29||(Available)|
|11||Bareback Jack See All 10||3:10|| $1.29||(Available)|
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After The Storm buy CD music Customer Reviews
I really enjoy the duet with Garth Brooks.
By mshim67 (NoCal, CA)
THIS CD IS ONE OF CHRIS'BEST YET. MY FAVORITE SONG ON THE CD IS "SCATTER THE ASHES" WRITTEN BY ONE OF THE BEST SINGER/SONGWRITERS DAVID LEE MURPHY. EVERY SONG ON THE CD IS GOOD. THIS IS A MUST HAVE CD FOR CHRIS FANS.
By PICKENST2000 (ohio usa)
||One of the best.|
I actually think this is one of Chris's best. It's too bad that he has passed into that great rodeo in the sky.
By Cowboy Nate (Phoenix)
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|Dead Voices On Air|
Piss Frond CDs (1998)
After The Storm CD music The excellent Piss Frond heralds a major break from Dead Voices on Air tradition -- where all of Mark Spybey's prior work was constructed from improvisational performances, the tracks which comprise this two-disc epic were instead subject to considerable studio shaping and reworking, resulting in a newly concrete sense of shape, form, and melody. ~ Jason Ankeny
Unknown Contributor Roles: Chris Houston; David Babbitt; Mark Spybey.
Dead Voices On Air includes: Mark Spybey.
Personnel: Tom Anselmi (guitar); Finn Manniche (cello); Ryan Moore, ...