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Published: 2012/08/19

Songs For The Breast Cancer Research Foundation Of Alabama

Jay Gonzalez of Drive By Truckers, Greg Martin of The Kentucky Headhunters and Christine Ohlman of The Saturday Night Live Band are among the musicians who have contributed songs to a new benefit compilation, A Heaping Helping: Songs for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama. The 19-track record, which Gadsden musician Scott Ward recorded in honor of his mother—a breast cancer survivor—aims to raise money for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama. Additional artists include Shelby Lynne, Paul Thorn, Will Kimbrough, The Oak Ridge Boys and more.

A Heaping Helping: Songs for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama was released earlier this summer on Lucky Dog Records. You can download the album via Bandcamp.

A Heaping Helping: Songs for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama Tracklisting

“Heaven’s Only Days Down the Road,” Shelby Lynne.
“I Urge You,” Jay Gonzalez.
“The Storm,” Christine Ohlman and Rebel Montez.
“That’s Life,” Paul Thorn.
“Sunshine Boogie,” The Mighty Jeremiahs.
“Any Old Time You Choose,” Oak Ridge Boys.
“Philadelphia, Mississippi,” Will Kimbrough.
“Life’s Little Package of Puzzles,” Spooner Oldham.
“Jesus Was All I Had,” Donnie Fritts.
“Good Days, Bad Days,” The Decoys.
“Too Old to Die Young,” Kevin Welch.
“Meet My Sweet Jesus,” Tommy Miles with Delaney Bramlett.
“From the Dark to the Light,” Tommy York and Thrillbilly.
“We All Fall Down,” Bekka Bramlett.
“No Night, One Day,” Mark Narmore.
“Mighty Field of Vision Anthem,” Stephen Foster and Howler.
“Baby Ruth,” Sailcat.
“It’s Only Romance,” Jackson Highway.
“1980,” Scott Ward Band.

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