.32-20 | And The Dog That Followed

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And The Dog That Followed

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Excellent songwriting by roots rockers steeped in country and blues influences
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. River
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2. I Don't Mind
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3. Secrets And Lies
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3:19 $0.99
4. Staten Island Ferry Blues
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5. Trains
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6. F.D.R.
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7. Too Tired
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8. Morose Irish Waltz
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2:33 $0.99
9. Got To Roll
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3:07 $0.99
10. California
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11. Seven Eleven
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12. Dream
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13. Long, Long Time
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This New York City outfit continues to blend numerous influences to come up with a unique sound that lies somewhere between the city and the country. Lead vocalist Matthew Feuer has an interesting vocal style that seems to invoke a '60s folk-rock feel while including some wild slide guitar and mandolin on some of his arrangements, such as "Too Tired." Ben Fraker's electric guitar is strong. Note the solid traditional mandolin work of Robert Fraker on "Morose Irish Waltz," one of the strongest cuts on this third offering from the band. Just as good is the almost-bluesy "Got to Roll" and "California," with its Lynyrd Skynyrd spirit. Roots-rock with a twist. ~ Jana Pendragon, All Music Guide


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