Alexa Woodward | It's a Good Life Honey If You Don't Grow Weary

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It's a Good Life Honey If You Don't Grow Weary

by Alexa Woodward

A rich album full of harmonies, banjo, ukulele, upright bass, imagination, and lovely, haunting songs
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pale Blue Line
5:17 album only
2. Wolves
4:02 album only
3. Darkest Days Interlude
0:37 album only
4. Darkest Days
4:06 album only
5. O Tornado
5:43 album only
6. Down
4:03 album only
7. Elephant
2:19 album only
8. Alexander
3:10 album only
9. Pillar of Salt
4:25 album only
10. Mister
2:39 album only
11. All This Sugar
3:40 album only
12. Weary
5:10 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
“Woodward’s latest offering It's A Good Life, Honey If You Don't Grow Weary (available online in March) is a joy to listen to. Woodward forges her own sound – something that’s modern and timeless, lilting and melancholic - during this thoroughly delightful disc. With her exquisitely crafted third effort, Woodward seems poised for big things.”
-Michael Berick, No Depression

“It’s a Good Life, Honey, If You Don’t Grow Weary, named for a pet phrase of Woodward’s great grandmother, has all the maturity that it should for a third album, but none of the pretentiousness that seems to come with being a rising folk sensation. Woodward’s songs have made their way into the soundtrack of Twilight in Forks, National Geographic's Departures, MTV's Life with Liz and promos for Adult Swim shows, but the music doesn’t feel affected by this wave of recognition. It’s genuine, confident and full of soul. Most of that soul comes from Woodward’s voice. You can almost imagine her sharing a stage with Joan Baez or Joni Mitchell at some politically-tinged, flowery rally in the midst of the Summer of Love. The magic in Weary builds to a crescendo when Woodward and her backing vocalists take their voices up into the stratosphere of songs like “Darkest Days” and “Pillar of Salt.” The vocals swim along through the verses, and as the song builds they crash like swells of tide on rocks. The result is an album that’s part folk, part bluegrass, part gospel, and all gorgeous. Experiencing Alexa Woodward is like plunging down into an imagined world where everything is green and wondrous and glistening with discovery. It’s a new place, and it needs further exploring.”
-Matthew Jackson, TMZ

"Shimmers with the Spectral Americana of her previous work." - The Boston Globe



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