MOLLY TUTTLE – ” Good Enough “

Posted: June 27, 2017 in MUSIC
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Molly Tuttle says this song “came out of a feeling of dissatisfaction that I struggle with from time to time. I think that the tendency to feel like something’s missing … is pretty prevalent in this day and age.” Whatever is missing from Tuttle’s life is definitely not talent: “Good Enough” showcases her technically precise and yet aggressive guitar style, which works as a beautiful foil to her crystal-clear voice. Helped along by John Mailander (fiddle), Todd Phillips (bass) and Wesley Corbett (banjo), the perpetual-motion feel of “Good Enough” perfectly echoes the constant struggle to be and do more — a struggle that, if you let it, can blind you to all the good in your life. Luckily, Tuttle knows how to keep that struggle in check: “I’m finally learning how to let some doors stay shut,” she sings. “It gets so hard but I’m not giving up … There comes a time to say that’s good enough.”

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