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Barton Hollow

Barton Hollow

Album by The Civil Wars
Barton Hollow is the first full-length studio album from the Civil Wars. Produced by Charlie Peacock, it was released on February 1, 2011.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Americana, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter
Release DateFebruary 1, 2011
ArtistThe Civil Wars
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Tracklist

  • 120 YearsThe Civil Wars3:01
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  • 2I've Got This FriendThe Civil Wars3:23
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  • 3C'est la MortThe Civil Wars2:29
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  • 4To Whom It May ConcernThe Civil Wars3:31
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  • 5Poison & WineThe Civil Wars3:39
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  • 6My Father's FatherThe Civil Wars3:20
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  • 7Barton HollowThe Civil Wars3:25
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  • 8Violet HourThe Civil Wars3:25
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  • 9Girl with the Red BalloonThe Civil Wars3:49
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  • 10FallingThe Civil Wars3:58
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  • 11Forget Me NotThe Civil Wars2:56
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  • 12Birds of a FeatherThe Civil Wars3:05
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