Sam Morrow Expands His Country Rock Sound With A Heavy Emphasis On The Groove : World Cafe : World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN The songs on the country rock musician's latest album are filled with personality — and funk.
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Sam Morrow On World Cafe

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Sam Morrow Leans Into The Groove

Sam Morrow Leans Into The Groove

Sam Morrow On World Cafe

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Set List

  • "Rosarita"
  • "Gettin' By On Gettin' Down"
  • "Money Ain't A Thing"

In this episode, we're spending some time with Sam Morrow, the Houston-raised Americana artist now who calls Los Angeles home. On his latest album, Gettin' By On Gettin' Down, Sam continues to expand his country rock sound with a heavy emphasis on the groove. The songs are filled with personality and showcase Morrow as an authentic soul in a city that is sometimes known for being skin deep. Morrow talks about his influences, how he made his way to Los Angeles, and he shared a few live performances.

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