The Legendary River Drifters | Dirtier Harryer

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Dirtier Harryer

by The Legendary River Drifters

The second full-length album from Denver, Colorado's River Drifters. Rocky, folky, bluesy country at its finest!
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Waiting On a Line
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2. High Plains Dust
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3. Death Letter
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4. Hellbound in the Eden Tornado
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5. Eternity Blues
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6. Southbound 93
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7. Redneck Ray
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8. Money Maker
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9. I Am the Demon (Speedwolf)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"The band ... has proven to be one of the most compelling and emotionally stirring of the acts that have cultivated the Americana sound over the past half-dozen years. Live, [Suzanne] Magnuson sings with a mesmerizing conviction and power, and the band's elaborate musical arrangements, written with a deceptive simplicity, display a mastery of the art of dynamic songwriting with a subtle hand for detail. Magnuson brings the fire, and the band brings the vehicle for that fire to shine so brightly." - Tom Murphy, Denver's Westword


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