Modern Earl | Inlaws And Outlaws

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Inlaws And Outlaws

by Modern Earl

Gritty, heartfelt, emotional and humorous country songwriting delivered with a splash of Southern Rock!!!!
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. blame the bottle
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2. busted
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3. road trippin'
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4. country love
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5. whiskey sister
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6. blood sweat and beers
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7. i know you rider
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8. ain't no sin
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9. if livin' don't kill me
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10. hair of the dawg
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11. drink up and go home
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Modern Earl are an American Southern Country Rock Band based in Berlin, Germany at the moment. Having played over 400 shows in the past 3 years all over the planet the guys found time to record their 3rd album this past summer in Berlin. The record "Inlaws And Outlaws" is a refreshing collection of mostly original tunes that is remeniscent of what it was like in the 60'S and 70's when you would buy a record, take it home and listen to the WHOLE album and be satisfied. Every song on the album from the Eaglesque opener, "Blame The Bottle", to the final traditional, "Drink Up and Go Home", is pure story telling that is truely unique to the American country/roots tradition. The band is also not afraid to turn it up with more southern and country rock songs like "Road Trippin" or "Whiskey Sister" the latter having an almost Allman Brothers or Skynyrd anthemic feel to it. The two slower balldy, rootsy songs "Ain't No Sin and "Country Love" would not be out of place on an early James Taylor or Grahm Parsons disc and are flavored with some very skilled dobro playing. Great musicianship is evident throughout the record with solid three part harmonies and and an overall tightness that makes it obvious these boys have been on the road for quite a while. Lyrically, the listener will find humour, pain, contempt, grace and of course plenty of drinkin' in the story telling of Modern Earl as the characters in the songs come alive on the disc!!!! Enjoy!


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