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Kevn Kinney

Kevn Kinney was the lead singer of the Atlanta rock band Drivin' n' Cryin', but since the band's 1986 inception he's released some spare acoustic records on his own, often collaborating with R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck. MacDougal Blues for Island in 1990 announced the rocker's arrival on the folk scene with the engaging title cut and nine more acoustic tracks produced by Buck and mostly played by his bandmates from Drivin' n' Cryin'. Though often cited as a working-class lyricist, Kinney cannot easily be thrown into the same bag as Springsteen, Mellencamp, or Dave Alvin. Instead, his is a unique spin on class, not urban yet not completely rural -- he's lived and worked in the urban center, Atlanta. Yet there is a gentleness and deeply humanistic thread to his work, and his use of traditional instruments enhances his words' warmth. His follow-up, Down Out Law (Mammoth, 1994), is a little more of a downer and less a celebration of folk music than a revealing, melancholy personal treatise, unaccompanied except by himself on guitar, save for one track. Continuing to record with Drivin' n' Cryin', Kinney also toured as a solo act for some time, often assisted by Buck or his brother. A side project with Warren Haynes (Gov't Mule, ex-Allman Brothers) turned into Kinney's third solo album; released in 2000, The Flower & the Knife featured a number of other guests, including Blues Traveler's John Popper, Edwin McCain, members of Gov't Mule and the Allman Brothers, and more. Broken Hearts and Auto Parts arrived in 2002, followed by a reunion record, Great American Bubble Factory, with Drivin' n' Cryin' in 2009. Kinney returned in 2012 with a a new solo outing, Good Country Mile, with the Golden Palominos. ~ Denise Sullivan
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Broken Hearts and Auto Parts

1. Broken Hearts and Auto Parts

2. Comin' Down This Way

3. Back Road And Rainy Days

4. Yes That's Me

5. Time

6. Why Does It Feel So Hard To Say

7. Lightning Strikes Twice

8. Lights On

9. No Blues

10. A Good Country Mile

11. Untitled Bonus

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Track List: Sun Tangled Angel Revival

1. (Welcome To The) Sun Tangled Angel Revival

2. Fly Your Flag High

3. In The Land Of Plenty

4. Everything's So Different Now

5. The Train Don't Stop At The Millworks Anymore

6. Baby I Just Wanna Go Home

7. The Great North Myrtle Beach Pancake Massacre

8. Madman Blues

9. Epilogue Epitaph In A Minor

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Track List: The Flower And The Knife

1. Trail Of Seasons

2. Scarred But Smarter

3. Whatever

4. This Town

5. Forty Miles Of Mountian Road

6. Quittin' Time

7. Dirty Angels

8. Above The World

9. The Flower And The Knife

10. Kerouac

11. Ballad Of Hollis Brown

12. I Shall Be Released

13. Striaght To Hell

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Track List: Down Out Law

1. Down And Out Law

2. Save For Me

3. Midwestern Blues

4. Eye Of The Hurricane

5. Shindig With The Lord

6. Bird

7. Tell Him Something For Me

8. Chattahoochie Coochie Man

9. So Take A Look At Me Now

10. Mountain Top

11. Never Far Behind

12. Epilogue

13. A Haight Street Beatnik Kerouacian Ripoff In E

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Track List: MacDougal Blues

1. MacDougal Blues

2. Not Afraid Of Die

3. Lost And Found

4. Heard The Laughter Ending

5. Last Song Of Maddie Hope

6. Gotta Get Out Of Here

7. The House Above Tina's Grocery

8. Iron Mountain

9. Chico & Maria

10. Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks)

11. Goodnight Rhyme

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Coolest songwriter ever much talent beautiful voice he warms my heart!
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Need more. How do we make that happen?
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LOVE.
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Where the heck is MacDougal Blues?
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wheres th rest of his stuff ?

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