James King- Three Chords and the Truth

James KingMy review of James King’s wonderful bluegrass album- like he could make any other kind!- Three Chords and the Truth– has been posted to the Fervor Coulee Bluegrass blog over at Country Standard Time.

It is a good ‘un, and I hope I’ve made a persuasive argument for it to receive more than passing consideration as the IBMA’s 2014 Album of the Year.

Three songs from the album, performed with his band, are linked below:

A nice live rendition of “Chiseled in Stone” here.

“He Stopped Loving Her Today,” courtesy of Ted Lehmann, here.

“The Devil’s Train,” here.

Thanks for visiting Fervor Coulee. Donald

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