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Black Highway

by Puddletown Ramblers

Black Highway is the new bluegrass album from the talented Pacific Northwest Regional band Puddletown Ramblers who have been together for eight years. It is filled with both heart-warming original songs and hard-driving traditional tunes.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Clinch Mountain Backstep
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2:24 album only
2. Sitting On Top Of The World
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3:06 album only
3. I'm Gone, Long Gone
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3:17 album only
4. Black Highway
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2:50 album only
5. How Long Blues
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3:15 album only
6. Don't Get Above Your Raising
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3:16 album only
7. Uncle Pen
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2:58 album only
8. Kentucky Girl
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3:26 album only
9. Lonesome Fiddle Blues
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2:19 album only
10. Rambler's Lament
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5:01 album only
11. Our Last Goodbye
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2:18 album only
12. Kickin' My Dog Around
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2:39 album only
13. Reuben's Train
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3:00 album only
14. Home Is In Your Heart
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4:18 album only
15. Jericho Road
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16. He Was A Friend
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Puddletown Ramblers are a Pacific Northwest regional bluegrass band who perform both original songs and old time bluegrass favorites. We are based in Portland, Oregon and perform all over the Northwest. Our blend of harmonious voices will strike that tender chord in your heart and leave you wanting more.

The Puddletown Ramblers began playing professionally in 1997. The three original members met at a "bluegrass class" called Steeplegrass in Vancouver, Washington. David, Tom, and Joe began jamming together on weekends outside of class and David had the idea to start a band. In time the music began to take shape and we started to perform live events and venues. We've played everything from small town community festivals to theaters to private parties. We've met so many nice people over the eight years we have been a band. Our style draws people in and makes them feel as if they are part of the show and we get a lot of repeat clients who really enjoy not only our music but our personalities. Our music is guaranteed to get your foot tapping and put a smile on your face.

"Black Highway" features songs written by David Peterson, our lead guitar player. Heartfelt lyrics and compelling harmonies will give you many hours of listening enjoyment. Black Highway also contains several hard-driving bluegrass favorites as well as tender melodies to soothe the soul.

We've included the single "Rambler's Lament" as a playable clip here on cdbaby.com This song was written by David Peterson our lead guitar player...just one of the many songs he has written over the years.

Come visit us at our website... www.puddletownramblers.com


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nicole perrette

bloody hart
my band is called bloody hart . we are punk girls that are leraning how to rock and are age is 11_12

Ed Estes

They did a wonderful job. I'm very proud of them. I'm going to wear out their CD
They did a wonderful job. I'm very proud of them. I'm going to wear out their CD playing it over and over.