White Noise​/​White Lines

by Kelsey Waldon

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    This 12" vinyl of Kelsey Waldon's newest release comes in a gatefold jacket with lyrics printed in the inner gatefold. It also includes an insert with credits and photos.

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1.
02:57
2.
White Noise, White Lines
3.
Kentucky (Interlude)
4.
Kentucky, 1988
5.
Lived and Let Go
6.
Black Patch
7.
Run (Interlude)
8.
Run Away
9.
10.
Very Old Barton
11.
My Epitaph

credits

releases October 4, 2019

Produced by Dan Knobler & Kelsey Waldon
Recorded by Dan Knobler at Goosehead Palace in Nashville, TN
Mixed by Justin Francis
Mastered by Randy LeRoy
Kelsey Waldon - vocals and acoustic guitar
Mike Khalil - electric guitar, b-bender, and additional acoustic guitar
Alec Newnam – bass guitar
Nate Felty – drums, percussion
Brett Resnick - pedal steel guitar

with:
Vickie Vaughn - harmony vocals
Dan Knobler - additional acoustic guitars
10 String Symphony: Rachel Baiman & Christian Sedelmyer - twin
fiddles on "Black Patch"
Jake Sherman - Wurlitzer on "Sunday's Children"
Ace Greenwood and Jesse Lindsey, courtesy of the Chickasaw
Nation of Ada, Oklahoma, on “White Noise, White Lines”.

All songs written by Kelsey Waldon, except for “My Epitaph” written
by Ola Belle Reed.

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Kelsey Waldon Nashville, Tennessee

"If you’re looking for the country music female revolution’s representative for true neotraditional country, yet one that gives up nothing to her peers in songwriting, if not setting the current standard, Kelsey Waldon might just be your perfect match."

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Track Name: Anyhow
When the sun sinks down and dreams start to drown And you still don’t know who you are Workin’ the ground, pace like a dog in a pound And you still only get so far And I’d do it again, even if I didn’t know how...
I’d learn how to make my own fire burn to be knowin’ is to know how I’d find how to make my own sun shine to be knowin’ what I know now I’d do it anyhow I’d do it anyhow
When the moon hangs low and you still don’t know where you’re gonna be tomorrow Maybe ride it out, take the long way around Don’t have to beg, steal or borrow You just do it again, ‘cause when you need it, you find out how
Even if you didn’t know how to make the air move you’re gonna make that wind blow somehow Even if the world crumbles at your feet You’re gonna pick up that earth somehow And you know that now You do it anyhow
Bridge: To be knowing is to know how, there’s no turning back now Keep your nose on the grindstone, and you’re hand on the plow And do it anyhow, do it anyhow
When the fire burns low and the ash starts to glow And a flame can’t kill the sorrow Maybe ride it out, take the long way around Don’t have to beg, steal or borrow
Track Name: Sunday's Children
Sunday’s children are being lied to, has anybody told you? Sunday’s children are being lied to, has anybody told you?
Take away what we think we know Let the nothingness show Leave that bullshit alone Be aware of what we say and do A better world for me and you
Sunday’s children are being lied to, has anybody told you? Sunday’s children are being lied to, has anybody told you?
Tear down the walls we build Feel darkness with no shield Nothing wrong with growing pains Let it teach you everything Let it teach you everything
Sunday’s children Sunday’s children
We all want the same things We all dream the same dreams Don’t have to be just like you To understand universal truth Don’t have to be just like you To understand universal truth To understand universal truth To understand universal truth
Sunday’s Children (4x)

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