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2015 release from the Americana singer/songwriter. ABSENT FATHERS is the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed fifth studio album, SINGLE MOTHERS. Comprised of 10 tracks, ABSENT FATHERS was recorded alongside SINGLE MOTHERS as a double album, but as Justin began to sequence it, he felt each half needed to make it's own statement and they took on their own identities. SINGLE MOTHERS was released on September 9, 2014. Combined with ABSENT FATHERS, the double album perfectly showcases exactly why Justin Townes Earle is considered a forefather of Contemporary Americana.
2015 release from the Americana singer/songwriter. ABSENT FATHERS is the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed fifth studio album, SINGLE MOTHERS. Comprised of 10 tracks, ABSENT FATHERS was recorded alongside SINGLE MOTHERS as a double album, but as Justin began to sequence it, he felt each half needed to make it's own statement and they took on their own identities. SINGLE MOTHERS was released on September 9, 2014. Combined with ABSENT FATHERS, the double album perfectly showcases exactly why Justin Townes Earle is considered a forefather of Contemporary Americana.
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Absent Fathers [Vinyl]
Artist: Justin Townes Earle
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Farther from Me
2. Why
3. Least I Got the Blues
4. Call Ya Momma
5. Day and Night
6. Round the Bend
7. When the Oneyou Love Loses Faith
8. Slow Monday
9. Someone Will Pay 1
10. Looking for a Place to Land

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2015 release from the Americana singer/songwriter. ABSENT FATHERS is the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed fifth studio album, SINGLE MOTHERS. Comprised of 10 tracks, ABSENT FATHERS was recorded alongside SINGLE MOTHERS as a double album, but as Justin began to sequence it, he felt each half needed to make it's own statement and they took on their own identities. SINGLE MOTHERS was released on September 9, 2014. Combined with ABSENT FATHERS, the double album perfectly showcases exactly why Justin Townes Earle is considered a forefather of Contemporary Americana.
        
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