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Ramblin' Road


Download links and information about Ramblin' Road by Broken English, Greg Smith. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Country genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 53:36 minutes.

Artist: Broken English, Greg Smith
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Country
Tracks: 13
Duration: 53:36
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No. Title Length
1. Ain't That Bad 4:18
2. Whiskey Breath & Cigarettes 5:00
3. Livin' Like a Joker 4:16
4. Hey What's the Use 4:51
5. Losing Hand 4:37
6. Nowhere Left to Hide 3:47
7. Drifts Away 3:22
8. Way Back Down 4:17
9. Dizzy In the Head 2:20
10. Oak n' Ashes 3:26
11. Play Like a Little Girl 5:06
12. Little Darlin' 3:22
13. Spare Me Eliza 4:54



Greg Smith is a relatively young man who left behind his family farm in western Massachusetts at the age of 24 for the bright lights and big city of Brooklyn, N.Y.—and after nearly a decade of urban experiences, he's got plenty to write about. His backing band, The Broken English, feature vocalist Dayna Webber, whose harmonies are an indispensable part of the group; her lead spot on the sweet love song “Little Darlin’” and in the role of Smith’s mother on “Hey What’s the Use” are key contributions. If anything, Webber’s a tad underused overall. Lead guitarist Josh Chaplin, however, is amply represented, and his tasteful guitar leads lend a nice sense of ‘70s country rock. Ramblin’ Road was recorded at the Bunker Studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, for its vintage equipment and producer John Davis; he worked with Smith to capture the natural sound of an acoustic-based band playing their songs without pretense.