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Ryan McGarvey | Heavy Hearted

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Heavy Hearted

by Ryan McGarvey

An album destined to go down in history as a classic example of modern day blues. This all new/original studio album that ranges from blistering guitar solos, heartfelt lyrics, to emotional vocals is a must have for any blues, rock or guitar lover!
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Prelude
1:07 album only
2. Feelin' Like I Do
2:39 album only
3. Right Side of the Dirt
3:44 album only
4. I Shoulda Known Better
5:36 album only
5. Break My Heart
4:25 album only
6. Houston
4:16 album only
7. Six Feet in the Ground
3:26 album only
8. Ain't Enough Whiskey
7:15 album only
9. A Walk in the Rain
4:47 album only
10. Surrender
4:01 album only
11. Who Would've Thought
6:13 album only
12. Conclusion
0:54 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This album has been a long time coming. Wanting to deliver a more straight ahead blues based album, Ryan McGarvey was joined in the studio by legendary bassist Carmine Rojas (David Bowie, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Joe Bonamassa, etc) drummer Logan Miles Nix (John 5), and ace keys player Brant Leeper (Coco Montoya, WC Clark, etc) to give what was to become a collection of "Heavy Hearted" all original songs. Still incorporating influences of modern rock, and more- This blues based album comes across almost as a front to finish representation of how the many shades, and styles of the blues has always influenced Ryan's music, and songwriting. Longtime favorites such as "Ain't Enough Whiskey", "Houston", and "Who Would've Thought" present themselves as strongly built songs that have long been requested by fans worldwide. Where as brand new songs such as "Right Side Of The Dirt", and "A Walk In The Rain" have already been proven to be new fan favorites! This album truly showcases the versatility of McGarvey's musicianship. From the guitar playing, to the matured vocals, to the overall songwriting. This is definitely an album that has been a long time coming, but been well worth the wait!



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Mike Craggs

Heavy hearted, but not heavy handed
Yet another smokin ' hot album from New Mexico's finest guitar slinger. Bookended by some fine semi-acoustic National Steel numbers, Ryan is soon raiding the SRV handbook, but the Advanced section, for some great numbers and a more varied palette than expected. This is Ryan's first studio album since the sad passing of his father who was a constant figure at Ryan's shows, but listening to this,no doubt he's stalking' round Haven, slapping angels on the back saying "That's my lad, that is,"