Rebecca Jed | Pearl Handle Pistol

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Pearl Handle Pistol

by Rebecca Jed

Retro Pioneer Country meets eclectic bluegrass, to form female misfit americana sound. Kitty Wells meets Ray Whiley Hubbard and Loretta Lynn.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Train Track Beat
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2. Lover
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3. Old Love Letters
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3:15 album only
4. Spinning My Wheels
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5. Yesterday
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6. Should Have Listened To The Dog
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7. Golden Flame
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8. S.O.S
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9. Hollywood
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10. Snow Dove
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Album Notes
Rebecca Jed is a left field artist with overtly traditional roots. Her haunting voice is reminiscent of the classic sounds of Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton. Her style of writing is more of an updated crossbreed between Ray Wylie Hubbard and Dolly Parton. Rebecca Jed calls her music, “Retro Country.”


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Hugh McGuire

relly like this cd, Rebecca has a good voice an dthe songs have a nice bit of attitude, bring on more

Ken Lawrence

Tangy without being to Twangy
As a boy the station my father and mother listeened to was a country station WJRZ 970 Am. My mother also had the I walk the line album on record, so the first songs I could relate to were Wreck of the old 97, and later a song like the orange blossom special. in adition for my first two years at the Maryland school for the blind, took a train home to NJ every third weekend. So after seeing Rebecca listed in a Americana tonight listing, and seeing the first track on the cd, new I could relate to it. this is great stuff Tangy and not to twangy, and what a sweet voice. this is like an old love letter you'll want to read again and again so don't forget when you reply to it, stamp it with a kiss. love ya rebecca.