The Wooly Mamas | Parlor Deluxe

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Parlor Deluxe

by The Wooly Mamas

Debut EP featuring 7 tracks of all original music with a unique blend of indie rock, alt country, grunge and blues.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Do I Really
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3:24 $0.99
2. No Trouble Tonight
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3:48 $0.99
3. Drops in a Bucket
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3:45 $0.99
4. Quit Hiding
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4:00 $0.99
5. Always in Fall
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4:15 $0.99
6. Curtain
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7. Orphan Times
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Album Notes
The Wooly Mamas' debut EP "Parlor Deluxe" features 7 all original tracks, all of which display a unique blend of genres that fuses together 90's grunge and alt country, paired with classic rock-inspired vocal harmonies and guitar solos.

"The first track "Do I Really" starts this record with a bang. Perhaps the most aggressive track on the album, I find it to be a catchy pop tune disguised as a heavy rocker with big, loud fuzz guitars, just the way I like 'em."

"Tracks such as "Always in Fall" and "Quit Hiding" kick off with an alt country sound, reminiscent of Wilco or The Band, and can suddenly drift into huge, heavy rock choruses with screeching guitar solos. These songs serve up a sweet mixture of classic rock, 90's grunge, and country, and yet always manage to sound like the same band."

"This EP shows us many sides of a band that obviously draws influence from a very diverse selection of rock music. When I listen to this record I hear Nirvana, I hear the Beatles, I hear CCR, and honestly that's just the first track."


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