1. JoJomi says:
    Joan Shelley by Joan Shelley, released 1. Even Though 2. Where I'll Find You 3. We'd Be Home 4. Wild Indifference 5. The Push and Pull 6. Pull Me Up One More Time 7. Isn't That Enough 8. If The Storms Never Came 9. I Didn't Know Go Wild I Got What I Wanted The stunning, self-titled fourth album from the Kentucky singer, songwriter, and guitarist Joan Shelley began.
  2. Mazutilar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live At The Bomhard on Discogs. Label: No Quarter - NOQ • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk5/5(4).
  3. Keran says:
    Live at The Bomhard by Joan Shelley, released 09 April 1. Stay All Night 2. Brighter Than The Blues 3. Cost Of The Cold 4. Cycle 5. If The Storms Never Came 6. Coming Down For You 7. I Got What I Wanted 8. Jenny Come In 9. I Would Be In Love (Anyway) Teal The Sway High On The Mountain Stay On My Shore The Fading
  4. Malagis says:
    I got what I wanted / Didn't I? / I got what I wanted / Didn't I? / I got a good mother / Didn't I? / And I got a real good father / Didn't I / But oh love, please believe me.
  5. Gutaur says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Joan Shelley - Live At The Bomhard at Discogs. Complete your Joan Shelley collection.5/5(2).
  6. Jusho says:
    Electric Ursa (, No Quarter) - third album and first on No Quarter Records. Backing band, “June Brides.” Over and Even (, No Quarter) - collaboration between Joan and guitarist Nathan Salsburg. Joan Shelley (, No Quarter) - Album recorded at The .
  7. Tesho says:
    Product Information Joan Shelley's self-titled follow up to her LP "Over and Even" was recorded at The Loft in Chicago with Jeff Tweedy producing and again features guitarist Nathan Salsburg, this time with Jeff Tweedy, Spencer Tweedy and James Elkington accompanying Shelley on 11 new songs.
  8. Shakataxe says:
    May 08,  · Joan Shelley’s comes five solo records into her career at a The more intriguing parts of Joan Shelley are more keyed into the album’s “I Got What I Wanted” has a skittish outlaw.

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