One Way Track | The Circle Sessions

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The Circle Sessions

by One Way Track

An acoustic gumbo of bluegrass, rock, pop, country and Tex-Mex; a distinct taste both familiar and adventurous with superb musicianship, memorable melodies, soaring harmonies and cinematic lyrics.
Genre: Country: Progressive Bluegrass
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1. In the Cards
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2. Evangeline
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3. 20 Years Long
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4. Whiskey's Embrace
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5. Tears On My Shirtsleeves
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6. Three More Days
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7. Behind Bars
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8. Cliches
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9. Ballad of the 10:11
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10. Down the Line
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Album Notes
Multi-faceted Americana string band One Way Track's credo is simple: serve the song. OWT creates and crafts songs that remain in the hearts and on the lips of listeners long after The Circle Sessions CD stops playing. One Way Track's debut is the next step in the evolution of the Great American String Band.

"For starters, the name One Way Track is fantastic... (they) explore sounds that border on blue grass and other formats. In that sense they can be even more dynamic and bring a broader group of fans to their base. it’s a very tight yet tender production. This is a collection of sorrowful songs that speak to love won and lost. For bluegrass purists there are the songs of redemption and the occasional rambles that show off technically precise musicianship and respect for the history of the genre. It’s the perfect balance of old meets new." - Disciples of Sound blog/ Ray Chelstowski, formerly of Rolling Stone and Entertainment Weekly


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