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The Stray Birds

by The Stray Birds

Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Dream in Blue
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2. 25 to Life
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3. Railroad Man
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4. Heavy Hands
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5. No Part of Nothin'
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6. Wildflower Honey
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7. My Brother's Hill
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8. Give That Wildman a Knife/ Bellows Falls/ Waitin' On a Hannah
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9. Harlem
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10. Just Sayin'
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11. Wind & Rain
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Tina

Love it!
I don't think I've ever bought an album that I've adored so fast or so hard as this one!

Steve Peek

The Stray Birds
I play this CD, The Stray Birds, all the time. Great sound with some great music.

Brittany

The Stray Birds = blissful
There's music, and then there's the kind of performance that reminds you of everything true and beautiful in life. "Birds of the Borderland" was this type of song on TSB's first album, and they hit it again with "Dream in Blue." Is it any wonder this album plays on repeat on my stereo? More, please!