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Porchlight Smoker 2

by Porchlight Smoker

A mash of self-penned American roots, gospel and bluegrass-style songs, plus idiosyncratic cover versions from Bob Dylan to Bob Marley
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Old Bray Road
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2. Hey Maya
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3. Haul Away Joe
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4. Louise
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5. Water Into Sand
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6. Lulu Walls
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7. Flowers On the Sea
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8. Dig Down Deeper
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9. Chains of Shame
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10. Welcome to the Family
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11. Stir It Up
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12. Steve's Jacket
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13. Tomorrow Is a Longtime
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14. The Bottle Let Me Down
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Album Notes
'A four-piece band from Brighton playing a mix of old-time bluegrass, original roots-based songs and idiosyncratic versions of country, folk and pop. Guitar, banjo, lapsteel, mandolin and upright bass accompany hoarse but heavenly harmonies'

‘This is a timeless record, fusing elements of folk, bluegrass and country. Not every day you hear so many instruments played – guitar, banjo, mandolin, double bass, sparse percussion and even a jew’s harp. Lots of strings. I like that' TomRobinson.com

'An album of high-quality roots music that contains a blend of edgy country and British
folk, played by a tremendously talented four-piece band with harmonies that few can match' American Roots UK

'Bluegrass of the highest calibre, with soaring harmonies and foot-stomping rhythms' Americana UK

'I just thought, wow, amazing, this is great stuff' Dave Cash, BBC Radio Kent

'Love the guitar riff throughout and banjo alongside the deep vocals – brilliant!’ Fresh on the Net

'Absolutely great stuff; I love this, a great mix of folk, bluegrass and country' Johnny Coppin, BBC Radio Bristol


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