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Family Tree

by Whispering Pines

2010 debut album of back porch soul and deep roots boogie...Muscle Shoals, California?!
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Family Tree
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2. Brand New Beat
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3. Stars Above
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4. This Town
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5. Grapevine Blues
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6. Miss Lucy's Red Light
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7. Mirror Woman Mirror Man
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8. Crazy Mama
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9. Songbird
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Album Notes
Whispering Pines debut album, released January 2010. Engineer: Jason Soda(Everest,Watson Twins, Slydel) Produced: Jason Soda/Whispering Pines, Studio: New Monkey Studios, Van Nuys CA, Mastered: JJ Golden, Golden Mastering Ventura, CA


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Dr Robert

Ode to Roots Rock...
Very surprisingly cool record from a band based in LA hipster haven Silver Lake. They sound and look more like a band from back country Oregon. Recording, songwriting and musicianship done very well too! Easily a 5 star album.


Highly Recommended
If you dig '70's style southern rock, you'll dig Whispering Pines - their debut album has a real Allman Brothers vibe to it, while retaining an original feel. Tasty guitar jams, killer b3, and some excellent mouth organ - these guys bring it. I hope they get the exposure they deserve, and I hope they make it up the Pacific NW before too long - l'd love to catch them live. P

Brad at CD Baby

Hold on to your beards. These roots-rockers will take you in a lot of different directions (Southern rock, honky-tonk, classic rock), but they always come back to the combination of dark-twanging guitar and gravely vocals that, against all odds, give these songs polish. The lyrics stray away from cliche, the instrumental sections are wide-open but not overly so, and though the entirety of this album will have you wondering how an act that should have been touring with the Allman Brothers back in '73 somehow got transported to modern Los Angeles, you won't have to worry about things slipping into tribute territory. This is solid rock, and it stands alone as such.