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The Harmony Tree

by Pimlico Road

A mix of Americana, folk and country, flavoured with a sprinkling of rock and pop, all fused into a wonderful, evocative blend of acoustic sound and vocal harmonies, straight from the UK.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Losing Carolina
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2. Those Days
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3. Julianna
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4. It's Too Late
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Album Notes
The Harmony Tree is Pimlico Road's debut EP. It showcases the rapidly developing talents of singer/songwriter Keif Anderson and the vocal harmonies of his eldest daughter Holly and partner Liz.

Keif has left his longtime rock background to return to a warmer, more spacious, acoustic sound. Influenced by greats such as Jackson Browne, Fleetwood Mac, Ry Cooder, Bruce Springsteen and of course the Beatles and Rolling Stones his song writing style reflects both American and British traditions with a modern twist. His memorable tunes, catchy refrains and from the heart lyrics result from his ability to take themes from different genres and fuse them into something both new and familiar.

Recording the four tracks on The Harmony Tree allowed Keif to experiment with a bigger, multi-layered sound and take the original versions of these songs to new levels. Gary Holder's inspired double bass and drums by American 'Doctor' Stephen Cass brought additional depth and character. Multi instumentalist Barry Ruffell (mandolin, violin, cornet and trombone) then joined the crew and slowly the soundscape in Keif's mind began to take form. With a little piano from Graham Noon and some mixing by Liz, Keif and Graham The Harmony Tree was born and the first big step along the Pimlico Road was taken. Enjoy.


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Susan Leigh Fenton

Great easy-listening stuff
Pimlico Road remind me a little of Fleetwood Mac in the variety of genres and voices. My favourite is Losing Carolina: a very catchy and singalong 'road trip' sort of song, and I like the nostalgia of Those Days and the pathos of It's Too Late.
It's nice to hear some real acoustic stuff that has nice harmonies and a proper 'story', instead of the same over-engineered music we're so used to hearing on the radio.

Denis (DJ Blue) Jardine

The Harmony Tree by Pimlico Road
You'll find this ep to be gentle, emotive, wistful and philosophical. Songs are well-crafted and expertly performed. There's a range of moods, confident and heart-felt vocals together with a judicious use of instruments. This ep is as good as anything else around. Each track is a mini gem.