Thornton Creek | Fancypants

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Fancypants

by Thornton Creek

Shameless roots / Americana music for your heart and ears.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Wishing Well
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2. (There's Got to Be a Place Where Those Lonesome Cowpokes) Go
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2:53 $0.99
3. Kicking Headstones
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4. Round and Round
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5. Every Little Now and Then
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6. Way Out West
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7. What You Do
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8. Hold On Dahlin'
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9. Sunday Morning
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10. Low Tide
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11. Roll Back Baby
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Steve Miller, ThorNton Creek’s bass player, insists the music is “electric front porch swing.” ThorNton Creek’s music explores a variety of styles that range from haunting acoustic to bluesy rock. But ThorNton Creek takes it one step further to incorporate elements of blues, jazz, and country - Americana. ThorNton Creek's music has a pleasant familiarity, but they are not clones. Thornton Bowman's lyrics and wistful Southern voice are at the heart of the band. Bowman grew up in Virginia near the Tennessee border. Many of his songs have a Southern feel. His music has been used in several documentaries, some films, around very many kegs and at least once in a Playboy video.

Christopher Anderson from Victory Review writing about an earlier ThorNton Creek work that "this is good stuff. A bit country, a bit swing, at times a bit of jazz and blues feels are realized, but despite all I’m feeling, my head just keeps coming back to the musicianship... I feel right at home with these cats. Great grooves, reasonable and cool lyrics with a purpose ...This stuff doesn’t just happen, it’s a life style, a study and reconsidering of what could be…"


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