There Used to Be Horses Here

Amy Speace with The Orphan Brigade - There Used to Be Horses Here
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 6 ratings
April 30, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
Proper, Wind Bone / Label
- / Genres
Amy Speace, The Orphan Brigade / Primary Artists
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American Songwriter

A tender and touching set of songs that further define her motif. A uniquely personal perspective ... Speace’s music offers a calming caress, yet it’s both brittle and honest even in the midst of resilience and resolve.

Raw and heartbreaking in parts, yet always kind and gentle, this is an album of hope to get you through the hardest times.
There’s no poetry in her writing, just truth, and much as the truth hurts, it’s a welcome hurt packaged with lovely songcraft.
Amy Speace with The Orphan Brigade - There Used to Be Horses Here

Genre: Singer Songwriter
Country: US

Final Verdict: 60% (Good Album)
Yearly Ranking: 203th / 396

Highlight: Father's Day

Made me think of:
Imelda May
Fiona Apple
Taylor Swift
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Track List

  1. Down the Trail
  2. There Used to Be Horses Here
  3. Hallelujah Train
  4. Father's Day
  5. Grief Is a Lonely Land
  6. One Year
  7. Give Me Love
  8. River Rise
  9. Shotgun Hearts
  10. Mother Is a Country
  11. Don't Let Us Get Sick
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Added on: January 20, 2021