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Download links and information about Lorraine by Lori McKenna. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 51:10 minutes.

Artist: Lori McKenna
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 13
Duration: 51:10
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No. Title Length
1. The Luxury of Knowing 3:49
2. The Most 3:05
3. If He Tried 3:24
4. Lorraine 4:13
5. You Get a Love Song 3:49
6. Rocket Science 4:19
7. Buy This Town 4:02
8. All I Ever Do 4:27
9. That's How You Know 3:53
10. Sweet Disposition 3:57
11. American Revolver 4:04
12. Ladders and Parachutes 4:05
13. Still Down Here 4:03



Titled after Lori McKenna’s given name, Lorraine opens with the moving and introspective ballad “The Luxury of Knowing” which may sound familiar to Keith Urban fans, as he covered and released it as a bonus track on the deluxe version of his 2010 album Get Closer. Though less twangy, the original is more dramatic as McKenna muses on an affair that’s more addictive than amorous. By the time “Sweet Disposition” plays, you have to wonder if Lorraine is a breakup album as the acoustic-based country-folk song is a slow burning lament about having to surrender ambitions and emotions to make room for a demanding relationship. “If He Tried” is a similarly bittersweet number where soft piano notes replace the acoustic guitar and McKenna’s problems are pinpointed on a protagonist (i.e. significant other) who could make a big difference if only he practiced a little effort in the romance department. McKenna shifts gears on the sunnier “You Get a Love Song,” one of the few up-tempo tunes here that sounds inspired by something gone right in her little suburban house-mom life.