The Sumner Brothers | I'll Be There Tomorrow

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I'll Be There Tomorrow

by The Sumner Brothers

Amercianrootsuk.com - "in a class of its' own" "five stars" I wouldn't be at all surprised if this 5 star album ends up in my top 20 all time"
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Toughest Man in Prison Camp
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2. Going Out West
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3. Colorado Girl
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4. Outside Looking In
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5. Lay You in the Grave
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6. You Will Find Me
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7. The Lord Is My Protector
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8. When You Dig My Grave
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9. That's Alright
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10. I Would Love You in the Kitchen
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hearya - "smacks you right across the face as if to say, “Hey dumbass, wake up."

Slowcoustic -"crazy good"

The Georgia Straight - "best of Vancouver 2012", "a triumph"

Songs Illinois - "one of the preeminent americana acts in the country"

You Crazy Dreamers -"one of my favorite bands, period", "incredible"

Musicletter.It - "straight to the heart"

Rex Manning Day - "it’s easy to see why The Sumner Brothers have been compared to the likes of Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and even the almighty Man in Black (AKA Johnny Cash)"

Sound Vat - "gritty and filled to the brim with blues"

Vancouver Music Review - "a classic Canadian album "

Ron's Alt-Country - "very beautiful"

Good Noise Radio. Blogspot - "definitely a must"

Blues Underground Network - "an immense amount of talent, Lyrically, Vocally, and Musically" "five stars"

Beateroute BC - "lamenting sincerity", "striking appeal", "lovely and reassuring"

New Music Michael - "big and tumultuous, but with a mature, almost pop sensibility"

The Ubyssey - "like Willie Nelson and Woodie Guthrie were paired up to play for a group of devoted Strange Boys fans", "your summers go-to album"

Amercianrootsuk.com - "in a class of its' own" "five stars" I wouldn't be at all surprised if this 5 star album ends up in my top 20 all time"

Mouser - "honest and authentic"

Earbuds and Ticket Stubs - "elegant simplicity, carved from a vast mosaic of sounds that make up the American landscape"

Johnny's Garden - "Breathtaking? Much more than that"

No Depression - "this music is exactly what I need some days to feed my soul."

Bad Tempered Zombie - "gritty and soulful alt-country that will rip out your heart and perhaps knock out a few teeth"

The Province - "a standout", "Country meets folk (Townes Van Zandt-style) meets rock"

Edmonton Sun - "some of the finest alt-country jams north of the 49th parallel."

New Canadian Music Tip sheet - "The duo’s no b.s. songwriting approach is earnest and visual"

Indecent Exposure - "my suspicions of a great album were confirmed"

Exystence - "fantastic story tellers"

Tome To The Weather Machine - "It can invoke that kind of world-crushing heaviness while leaving a sliver of light at the end of the tunnel"

Beateroute Alberta - "Behind this widely ranging talent, however, is a kind of sincerity that hints at a larger story"

Record Dept. Reviews - "unique grit and reverence"

Common Folk Music - "left me with a powerful first impression"

The Vancouver Sun - "marked for greatness"


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