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Like A Rose Vinyl Album Ashley Monroe Click for larger image

Like A Rose Vinyl Album Ashley Monroe

Ashley Monroe Like A Rose Vinyl Album

“Like A Rose” (Warner Bros. Nashville) In a year with a surfeit of female country rebels, Ms. Monroe was the quietest and also the most effective. A sly singer and a vivid songwriter, she’s backed by knowing, traditionalist production on this aching and sharp album, which makes her bitter pills swallow more easily." - New York Times (#3 Album of 2013, All genres)


Together with the Pistol Annies' latest, this Knoxville girl (aka: "Hippie Annie") pulled off two of the year's best LPs. A juicy old-school honky-tonk set wrapped in pedal steel, it's full of characters as real as your neighbors, sung with Dolly Parton soul and sass. In fact, Monroe sums up her retro-modern dual consciousness on "You Ain't Dolly (and You Ain't Porter)," a sassy duet with Blake Shelton that has one foot in the Gran Ole Opry and one in Comedy Central. But by the time Monroe suggests ganja, whips, and whipped cream to a lover over fiddle and barrelhouse piano on "Weed Instead of Roses," it's clear this ain't your grandma's country music. Unless you have a very cool grandma. - Rolling Stone Magazine (#1 Country Album of 2013; #18 All Genres) 

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“Like A Rose” (Warner Bros. Nashville) In a year with a surfeit of female country rebels, Ms. Monroe was the quietest and also the most effective. A sly singer and a vivid songwriter, she’s backed by knowing, traditionalist production on this aching and sharp album, which makes her bitter pills swallow more easily." - New York Times (#3 Album of 2013, All genres)

Together with the Pistol Annies' latest, this Knoxville girl (aka: "Hippie Annie") pulled off two of the year's best LPs. A juicy old-school honky-tonk set wrapped in pedal steel, it's full of characters as real as your neighbors, sung with Dolly Parton soul and sass. In fact, Monroe sums up her retro-modern dual consciousness on "You Ain't Dolly (and You Ain't Porter)," a sassy duet with Blake Shelton that has one foot in the Gran Ole Opry and one in Comedy Central. But by the time Monroe suggests ganja, whips, and whipped cream to a lover over fiddle and barrelhouse piano on "Weed Instead of Roses," it's clear this ain't your grandma's country music. Unless you have a very cool grandma. - Rolling Stone Magazine (#1 Country Album of 2013; #18 All Genres) 

Tracklist:

  1. Like A Rose
  2. Two Weeks Late
  3. Used
  4. Weed Instead of Roses
  5. You Got Me
  6. The Morning After
  7. Monroe Suede
  8. She’s Driving Me Out Of Your Mind
  9. You Ain’t Dolly (And You Ain’t Porter) [Duet with Blake Shelton]

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