Alabama Lo-Fi | The Stories We Could Tell

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The Stories We Could Tell

by Alabama Lo-Fi

An eclectic mix of Roots Rock, Americana, garage rock, rockabilly, and traditional country.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Whiskey Off Warhols Tongue
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2. When I Sleep
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3. Meet Me There
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4. A World Without Alex Chilton
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5. Exodus
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6. The Three Others
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7. Until the End of Time
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8. Cyber Street
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9. Sister To Me
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10. The Bucket List
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Album Notes
Full album credits including lyrics can be found on our website. This album has stories of people, places and times in songs sounding like The New York Dolls, Santana, Roger Clyne, Big Star, The Eagles, Gram Parsons, Stevie Ray Vaughn, The Velvet Underground, and The Grateful Dead. Performed by: Rod Warner on vocals, guitar and keyboards, Nick Raisz on drums, Andy Carbone on bass and backing vocals, and Mike Cady on lead guitar. This album also features Wayne Morphew on piano, Steve Coates on mandolin, and Kim Hoffman on violin and fiddle.


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Great Variety
This album is a leap forward for Alabama Lo-Fi. They've retained their country/americana roots, but they've also added a nice variety of new styles to their compositional palette. "Sister to Me" in particular sounds like a real departure for the band, opening them up to some new routes stylistically. It will be very interesting to see where this band goes in the future. I would definitely recommend staying tuned to this group!

Tracey Browder

"The Stories We Could Tell"
This CD is the best you have done yet! The the different flow to each song, some slower, with a little more sentiment, some were more upbeat, faster beat, you know good dance music. I feel where the emotions came into the songs on this CD - Kudos to all of you for releasing another winner!!!!!