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Finally Home


Download links and information about Finally Home by Blue Sky Riders. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 55:48 minutes.

Artist: Blue Sky Riders
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 15
Duration: 55:48
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No. Title Length
1. I'm a Rider (Finally Home) 3:02
2. How's That Workin' For Ya? 3:53
3. Little Victories 4:06
4. Just Say Yes 3:34
5. Feelin' Brave 4:40
6. You're Not the Boss of Me 3:49
7. Another Spring 3:28
8. Dream 3:31
9. A Thousand Wild Horses 2:58
10. I Get It 4:00
11. Say I Like It 3:28
12. Windeer Woman 4:43
13. As Luck Would Have It 3:55
14. You Took the Words (Right Outta My Mouth) 2:36
15. How About Now 4:05



When Kenny Loggins began working with Gary Burr on “How About Now”—the bookending tune to Blue Sky Riders’ 2013 debut album, Finally Home—Loggins remarked that he hadn’t felt a vocal blend this brotherly since he first sang with Jim Messina in 1971. Besides Loggins and Burr (a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member), this group includes Georgia Middleman, a renowned singer/songwriter with soaring inflections. The resulting tracks resonate with a harmonic chemistry as rich as that of Crosby, Stills & Nash. And though their music is warm with rootsy instruments, twangy tones, and perfect three-part harmonies, Blue Sky Riders are one of very few bands that balance traditional sounds with a forward-thinking songwriting approach. So while the opening title track, “I’m a Rider (Finally Home),” resonates with the sonic familiarity of AM radio from the '70s, the song hooks grapple like modern Nashville pop glistening through crystalline production. “Feelin’ Brave” is another standout. Bolstered by near-tribal drumming, this song contrasts a restrained groove with uplifting melodies braided together by those three amazing voices. Fans of Little Big Town will appreciate “Dream.”