The Atkinsons | Mile Marker

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Mile Marker

by The Atkinsons

The Atkinsons meld roots, country, mountain, and rock music into their own style of rambling swing rock & roll.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. I Love Everything
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2. You Could Go
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3. Lyin' and Honesty
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4. I Love Her (Her Mind's On Other Things)
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5. No Ordinary Home
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6. Wanted Her to Go
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7. The Letters
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8. Scar
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9. Upstate
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10. Fisherman's Blues
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11. BONUS TRACK: Left Hand
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Atkinsons follow up "American Gothic" with their second release "Mile Marker", which takes the band on a journey through new territories of swampy roots and country swing to Texas Cajun and straight-up rock. Though cut from the same cloth, the new record doesn't pick up where the first album left off. It follows its own path from the back roads to the highways that inevitably lead you back home. "Mile Marker" celebrates where the band has been and where it's headed.


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