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Murry Hammond co-founded Old 97's — playing bass; writing and singing songs; and occasionally playing guitar. In 2008 he appeared on the 97's Blame it on Gravity and his solo release I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I'm On My Way, on which he also plays harmonium and banjo.

Murry Hammond was born and raised in the rural outpost of Boyd, Texas, USA, where - like most places in his home state - the sounds of steam engines carried for miles. As… read more

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  • Avatar for tboot
    Can across this recently on a the recommendation of a friend. Amazing, gorgeous, soaring record -- timeless in the best sense. Like all my favorite old-time country and folk artists and records distilled into one.
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    "Other, Younger Days" = gorgeous!
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    Ranks with the best of Cash, Springsteen and vintage Simon & Garfunkel.
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    Thanks Murry. Just ordered my autographed copy from Miles of Music. Love the sound. And the production. Can't wait to see you and the guys on tour.
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    Murry - you are a genius. thank you for making this album. - Bunk
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    This is an amazing album. I had flashbacks of O Brother Where Art Thou all the way through. Spiritual,personal and lovely from beginning to end. Thank you, Murry, for releasing this, in every way. Looking forward to Gravity as well!

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