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Long Ride Home

by Darrell Scott

Long Ride Home by Darrell Scott

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Long Ride Home

by Darrell Scott

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Darrell Scott's name may not ring any bells -- unless you're a musician. If so, then you are well-acquainted with his songwriting skills and innate musicianship. Just ask Robert Plant, who tapped Scott to be part of his Band of Joy. Long Ride Home is a more fleshed-out affair than previous offerings, but still retains an honest, earthy sound. The intimate "Candle for a Cowboy" is an absolute stunner that blooms under Scott's deft poetic touch. More highlights including the jaunty "No Use Living for Today," the gentle "You're Everything I Wanted Love to Be" and the stompin' "Pay Lake."

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Darrell Scott's name may not ring any bells -- unless you're a musician. If so, then you are well-acquainted with his songwriting skills and innate musicianship. Just ask Robert Plant, who tapped Scott to be part of his Band of Joy. Long Ride Home is a more fleshed-out affair than previous offerings, but still retains an honest, earthy sound. The intimate "Candle for a Cowboy" is an absolute stunner that blooms under Scott's deft poetic touch. More highlights including the jaunty "No Use Living for Today," the gentle "You're Everything I Wanted Love to Be" and the stompin' "Pay Lake."

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About This Album

Darrell Scott's name may not ring any bells -- unless you're a musician. If so, then you are well-acquainted with his songwriting skills and innate musicianship. Just ask Robert Plant, who tapped Scott to be part of his Band of Joy. Long Ride Home is a more fleshed-out affair than previous offerings, but still retains an honest, earthy sound. The intimate "Candle for a Cowboy" is an absolute stunner that blooms under Scott's deft poetic touch. More highlights including the jaunty "No Use Living for Today," the gentle "You're Everything I Wanted Love to Be" and the stompin' "Pay Lake."