Velvet Truckstop | Sweet Release

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Sweet Release

by Velvet Truckstop

In a mason jar, mix equal parts Drive-By-Truckers-style crunch, chamois shirt soul, Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, and vintage Band-ish blues.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. Sullen Woman
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2. Carolina Way
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3. Box
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4. Sweet Release
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4:29 $1.25
5. Resting Place
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6. The Storm
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7. Goodbye
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8. Condey Heights Millionaire
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9. Mercenary Wind
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10. Just So Happens
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11. Lover Liar
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Album Notes
“Sweet Release” is brand new compilation of original songs by Velvet Truckstop that focuses on the growth of this young group. The energy surrounding the project attracted guest contributions from locals and legends. “Sweet Release” boasts intricate harmonies from the amazing voice of Mary Ellen Bush from Ménage, keyboard solos from Tom Constanten from the Grateful Dead on many of the tracks. Percussion parts by Chris Pyle of Royal Trux and The Fenwicks and his father, Artimus Pyle from Lynyrd Skynyrd on “Condey Heights Millionaire”. Buddy Cage from New Riders of the Purple Sage adds colorful tracks on pedal steel to “Carolina Way”, “Box” and “Resting Place”.


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