1. The Band Of Heathens Live Abbey Theatre Durango, CO source:SBD+StereoApexCondenserMICS>MarantzCDR>WAV>FLAC taped by joshua cain 1. One More Step > Hurricane (Levon Helm) 2. Bumblebee 3. Chipping Away At The Promised Land 4. Unsleeping Eye 5. Talking Out Loud 6. Hey Rider 7. What's This World 8. Love Me Til The Sunshines 9.
  2. Colin Brooks, "Chippin' Away at the Promised Land", Brockswood Records CB , Colin Brooks swings for the fences and hits it out of the park with this release. It's a roots project with a pop slant. The album is a cohesive, captivating experience, based on a flawless mix that highlights his gritty, Shawn Mullins-style voice.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Promised Land on Discogs. Label: Rounder Records - ROUNDER CD ,Rounder Records - Rounder CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock/5(4).
  4. The Band Of Heathens Live June 18, County Line BBQ Montgomery, Texas source:SBD>MarantzCDR[kHz, 16bitWAV]>FLAC taped by joshua cain Right Here With Me Talkin' Outloud Chipping Away At The Promised Land What's This World Baby Ain't Got No Home Hallelujah Unsleeping Eye Philadelphia Blood In The.
  5. Chippin' Away at the Promised Land () backup vocals on this acoustic album by Colin Brooks. Abbie Gardner () self-titled demo CD Treble in the Waters () directed, arranged and sang on this BU a cappella group's album.
  6. Directed by Alan J. Levi. With Gerald McRaney, Wendy Phillips, Austin O'Brien, Sarah Schaub. Joe and Russell encounter some heavy weather while on a road trip.
  7. Apr 17,  · Directed by Joan Tewkesbury. With Robert Benedetti, Wayne Brady, Bill Coates, Norman D. Golden II. Set in the late s, Floyd (Carl Lumbly), Martha Ree (Juanita Jennings), and Jimmy "Jim-Jam" Ween (Norman D. Golden II) live on land that was promised to Floyd's father and then to Floyd for work they had done. The landowners, the Appletree family, used the promise of the land to keep /10(64).
  8. Colin Brooks' "Chippin Away at the Promised Land" demonstrates all the reasons why he was an integral part of the Band of Heathens and why his departure leaves the group facing the prospect of narrowing its eclectic range. Brooks sings softly on nearly all the cuts, leaving the heavy lifting for his musicianship and that of his sidemen.5/5(1).