Patchy Sanders | & The Wild Peach Forest

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& The Wild Peach Forest

by Patchy Sanders

Patchy Sanders weaves tapestries of sound that honor the musical traditions of Celtic, Appalachian, Medieval, Americana, and Bluegrass; while building bridges into the current of today’s Folk.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Darkest Skarlet Wild Rose
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2. Mrs Henry
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3. Mandoline
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4. Carried By Cider
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5. Ancient Ancestry
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6. Ancient Ones
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7. Between a Wood & a River
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8. Gale
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9. As a Tree
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10. Whistlin' Bird Blacksmith
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11. Rye Fiddle Sticks
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“Great musicianship, harmonies, and feel. A really warm vibe that makes wherever you are standing feel like the center of a Gypsy Caravan.”

- Mason Jennings - (Singer-Songwriter)

“I’ve been waiting 14 years to make THIS record! I expect to hear something like this from Iceland or Finland, but it’s from Oregon!”

- Sylvia Massy - (Producer (TOOL, Johnny Cash...)

"Timeless. I could hear this band in the 16th, 18th, and 21st Centuries.”

- Sedge Thomson - (NPR's West Coast Live, Host)


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