Long Violent History - Tyler Childers

Long Violent History

Tyler Childers

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2020-09-18
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • ℗ 2020 Hickman Holler Records, under exclusive license to RCA Records, a division of Son

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Send in the Clowns Tyler Childers 4:08 USD 1.29
2
Zollie's Retreat Tyler Childers 2:25 USD 1.29
3
Squirrel Hunter Tyler Childers 3:58 USD 1.29
4
Sludge River Stomp Tyler Childers 4:38 USD 1.29
5
Midnight on the Water Tyler Childers 4:08 USD 1.29
6
Camp Chase Tyler Childers 3:54 USD 1.29
7
Jenny Lynn Tyler Childers 3:09 USD 1.29
8
Bonaparte's Retreat Tyler Childers 2:45 USD 1.29
9
Long Violent History Tyler Childers 3:10 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Cmon now y’all

    5
    By ThatGuyThatDidAThing
    Just because it’s something you don’t agree with doesn’t mean you give it one star and call him a shill. And the same applies to the fact that most of this is fiddle work. I personally think this is an impressive album, and while I can agree with the people here that are saying the media is going wild and making things look worse than they are, that doesn’t take away from the fact that, while not as bad as it used to be, racism and hate crimes are an issue. And I know someone’s gonna think “this is some libtard trying to defend this guy” but I’m generally conservative and want to support a fellow human being while also remembering there are crappy people out there. Anyway, Tyler is doing great on his fiddle stuff now
  • A really cool album

    5
    By Acefrehley12000
    All of you that are mad that this is mostly instrumental need to learn how to read. It’s literally in the description and Tyler put out a whole video explaining why he released this album. I think the Appalachian style fiddle music is awesome. It also supports a cause that people shouldn’t even be fighting over in this day and age. Country music isn’t your safe space. One should ignore the long violent history in the southern United States and back country. Much of that violent history targeted Black people and the working class poor.
  • Great traditional music

    5
    By Waymoresoutlaws
    Appreciate the music and creativity from an artist who is putting out the best stuff hands down
  • Sherdewl

    5
    By Sherdew
    I first heard you with the Great late John Prine on Austin City Limits. I was impressed and started reading about this album. Listened to it and it reminded me of the times we went to KY to relatives homes and stayed up all night listening to everyone playing THE MUSIC! It was always great listening as is with this album. Personaly, I think you should do a little research on the movements you stand for because they are racist themselves. All that aside, job well done and keep on keeping on with great music! Thank you!
  • Thank You

    5
    By TakeMeHomeWV
    Tyler, you win some and you lose some. Although I like to sing along to your music and hear you sing, I still have found this instrumental album to be captivating. I wouldn’t have expected anything less than the hallowing sounds from a fellow Appalachian.
  • Triple Threat

    5
    By ScarletFre
    Singer, songwriter, instrumentalist. Solid work. I love the music, and the humanity. Just in time.
  • Amazing Stuff

    5
    By Searoo2
    As a fellow appalachian I love the sound you have going on here. While your vocals are what drew me to your music and the lyrics make it relatable this was still something I enjoyed. I'm lovin the last track! You hit the nail on the head when you asked us what would we do if the shoe was on the other foot. And to the people giving this one star... I feel sorry for you. It must be hard going through life without empathy (you see what I did there?), good luck on your side of history.
  • Stick to music not politics

    1
    By Another fan gone
    ....
  • Bummer

    3
    By CamDominus
    The music is great but I also love his voice and want to hear that. Now it feels like how long do we have to wait for an album with vocals
  • Tyler, you’re being emotionally manipulated

    5
    By Jebo;:;;
    In your recent video you say something along the lines of “media we can’t completely trust”, yet you seem to let the media emotionally manipulate you to the point where you jump headlong into a political movement that has no true intentions of peace or reform. I’m a fan of your music and always will be, but you have to be honest & always tell the truth. If you don’t know the truth then seek it out, but the cases you mentioned have all been exploited and lied about by the media to sell clicks and views. Everyone on the planet earth agrees that George Floyd shouldn’t have died that day, and everyone can get behind the idea that police need better training, but the statistics just do not back the statement that black Americans are disproportionately targeted/killed by police in this country. Don’t be so blind, Tyler. Thanks for the music. All of this being said, this is an awesome album, I love falling asleep to it or listening to it while driving. Strong work.

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