Bastard Sons Of Johnny Cash ‎– Distance Between

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"Distance Between" is a genre-transcending work that deftly pulls together elements of country, folk and roots rock to make a resonant statement about dislocation and disillusionment, resilience and the struggle for redemption. The album is no more and no less a country record than, say, Steve Earl's "Guitar Town," Bruce Springsteen's "Nebraska," or Emmylou Harris' "Wrecking Ball."

Recorded by producer Mark Howard, who worked as Daniel Lanois' engineer on legendary albums by Bob Dylan, U2 and Emmylou Harris, "Distance Between" may just be the record that fills the post "O' Brother" void.

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