The Appleseed Collective | Baby to Beast

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Baby to Beast

by The Appleseed Collective

Mixing Violin, Resonator Guitar, Upright Bass, Washboard, Mandolin and Banjo and vocal harmonies into contemporary songs that draw their influence from country, gypsy-jazz, western-swing, folk, and psychedelia.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. Psychic Time
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2. The Sugar Cut My Teeth
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3. Yr Breezy Little Eyes
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4. Madly Crazy Darlin'
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5. Honeybones
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6. Lookee' for a Reason
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7. Chapter Five
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8. Sysiphit
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9. Life Is Beautiful
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10. Mani
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11. Evil One
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12. Something New (Changes)
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Praise for Baby to Beast

"...dashed with Dixie ragtime, bluegrass, gypsy folk, and swing blues...enough to blow away the most creative kitchen cook" -Americana UK

"But there’s something edgier to Beast, something further outfield, that gives it its distinctive glow – it could be how earnestly it embraces the beauty of the folk song tradition and meticulously stirs in foggier, headier sonic concoctions of a more psychedelic flare, it could be their trips into spookier realms of goosebump-pricking tall tale sways, or it could be just how damned harmonious the whole affair winds up being – like these voices, chimes, strums and percussive scrapes belong together – grown together into a five headed beast…" -iSpy Magazine


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