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Introducing Ruby Free

by Ruby Free

Genre: Pop: 70's Pop
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1. Bongos and Beards
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3:38 $0.99
2. Deep in the Valley
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3. Slow Parade
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4. Good Company
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4:16 $0.99
5. Are You Magical
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6. Sonny & Cher
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7. Tiny Stars
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8. Three Cheers for the Sun God
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9. Wound Up Too Tight
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10. One Last Song
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Album Notes
Maple Mars frontman Rick Hromadka's side project Ruby Free! Recorded in beautiful Simi Valley, California.


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Ruby Free “Introducing Ruby Free”
Rick Hromadka (Maple Mars, Double Naught Spies) has put together a warm, rustic production with his wife Lisa Cavaliere called Ruby Free. Rick puts away the hard rock riffs in favor of sunny upbeat harmonies and 60′s styled pop on the opener “Bongos and Beards.”

Lisa’s vocal adds much needed sweetness to the mix here. “Deep In The Valley” is a real homegrown gem that reminds one of McCartney’s first LP. Each tune has it’s own charms, “Slow Parade” is a catchy slice of guitar perfection and “Good Company” is a dreamy piano number that layers the harmonies and psychedelics. Rick sounds more relaxed here too, the light folk duet “Sonny and Cher” floats along as a tale of hippy heartbreak. No filler here — every song keeps the ball rolling, to a “Hey Jude” styled crescendo in “Three Cheers For The Sun God.” Lots of nice orchestral touches close out “One Last Song” like an Elton John/Brian Wilson epic. One of this year’s best, it belongs high on my top ten for 2012. - Powerpopaholic