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Death Must Be a Woman
  • Artist: Dead Men's Hollow
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 700261249568
  • Item #: SRD124956
  • Genre: Bluegrass
  • Release Date: 9/18/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Death Must Be a Woman on CD

For Dead Men's Hollow, 'Death Must Be a Woman', is a journey home. This third release from the multi-award-winning group is centered on telling the story of our nation's capital from it's early founding to modern day. The CD has fourteen original tracks-written by band members-and one traditional instrumental, all of which weave together timeless stories of love, war, loss, and the complexities of contemporary life. Stylistically, the songs present music representative of each time period: from early modal melodies to bluegrass and the blues. As with it's first two releases, Dead Men's Hollow once again focuses on angelic harmonies, first-class musicianship, and unique songwriting. By telling the story of our nation's capital, 'Death Must Be a Woman' tells the story of America. Recording: 'Death Must Be a Woman' was engineered, produced and mixed by Chris Murphy of RHL Audio at 'home' in Clifton, VA. Mr. Murphy has 30 years of recording experience and counts on the Discovery Channel, Disney and Fox as clients. Mastering: The CD was mastered by GRAMMY winner Charlie Pilzer at Airshow in Springfield, VA. Mr. Pilzer won his award re-mastering 'The Anthology of American Folk Music' for Smithsonian Folkways in 1997.