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As I Call You Down

by Fistful Of Mercy

As I Call You Down by Fistful Of Mercy

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As I Call You Down

by Fistful Of Mercy

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Label: Hot Records Limited
The next Traveling Wilburys? At least Fistful of Mercy have a percentage of the supergroup's bloodline. George Harrison's son Dhani and singer-songwriters Ben Harper and Joseph Arthur united in 2010 to lay down nine acoustic tracks. They later added percussion from renowned drummer Jim Keltner, bass, slide guitar, violin and other accoutrements. The result is not unlike the CSNY harmonies and deft guitar pickin' that Monsters of Folk revived just a year earlier. Ballads top the album before the mood picks up with folk stomper "Father's Son" and the Sgt. Pepper-esque "Things Go 'Round."

About This Album

The next Traveling Wilburys? At least Fistful of Mercy have a percentage of the supergroup's bloodline. George Harrison's son Dhani and singer-songwriters Ben Harper and Joseph Arthur united in 2010 to lay down nine acoustic tracks. They later added percussion from renowned drummer Jim Keltner, bass, slide guitar, violin and other accoutrements. The result is not unlike the CSNY harmonies and deft guitar pickin' that Monsters of Folk revived just a year earlier. Ballads top the album before the mood picks up with folk stomper "Father's Son" and the Sgt. Pepper-esque "Things Go 'Round."

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About This Album

The next Traveling Wilburys? At least Fistful of Mercy have a percentage of the supergroup's bloodline. George Harrison's son Dhani and singer-songwriters Ben Harper and Joseph Arthur united in 2010 to lay down nine acoustic tracks. They later added percussion from renowned drummer Jim Keltner, bass, slide guitar, violin and other accoutrements. The result is not unlike the CSNY harmonies and deft guitar pickin' that Monsters of Folk revived just a year earlier. Ballads top the album before the mood picks up with folk stomper "Father's Son" and the Sgt. Pepper-esque "Things Go 'Round."