Lori McKenna – The Tree (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

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Artist: Lori McKenna
Album: The Tree
Genre: Pop
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 35:25
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 712 MB


1-1. Lori McKenna – A Mother Never Rests (02:45)
1-2. Lori McKenna – The Fixer (03:28)
1-3. Lori McKenna – People Get Old (03:42)
1-4. Lori McKenna – Young and Angry Again (03:37)
1-5. Lori McKenna – The Tree (03:23)
1-6. Lori McKenna – You Won’t Even Know I’m Gone (02:17)
1-7. Lori McKenna – Happy People (03:26)
1-8. Lori McKenna – You Can’t Break a Woman (03:13)
1-9. Lori McKenna – The Lot Behind St. Mary’s (03:30)
1-10. Lori McKenna – The Way Back Home (03:02)
1-11. Lori McKenna – Like Patsy Would (02:58)


Lori McKenna is quite something. Her influence in country folk is not to be taken lightly. Nominated several times for a Grammy Award, she became the first songwriter of the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2017. It’s not a senseless victory for McKenna, especially with this eleventh album The Tree, whose tone is rather feminist. Lori McKenna once again teams up with producer Dave Cobb. He had already helped her with her previous album, The Bird And The Rifle, which had won three Grammys. After all this time, McKenna has faced many changes. She is not this young woman who wrote texts and sung in small venues anymore. She has become a wife and a mother. The Tree is therefore a window on family life, the first love declarations and the importance of family. It’s not surprising then that her son, Christopher McKenna, takes part in the album by playing the mellotron… McKenna doesn’t make use of useless flourish or overrated coloraturas. She settles for simplicity and her love for country music, which is very present in the riffs of Young And Angry Again. A tender relationship is almost established here. Like with a rather wise woman, who tries to confess her life and that we listen to attentively. She highlights with A Mother Never Rests or You Can’t Break a Woman a rather melancholic and intense side that she manages to contrast with the dynamism of You Can’t Break a Woman.  – Anna Coluthe

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