The Woodshedders | Catch That Yardbird

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Catch That Yardbird

by The Woodshedders

Hot acoustic string swing inspired by Django's Hot Club of France featuring creative original songs, sweet vocal harmonies, and spirited improvisations.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. The Bird Song
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2. Valse a Vandalia
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3. Train to Charleston
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4. C Bop
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5. Catch That Yardbird
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6. The One
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7. Vodka Before Breakfast
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8. For Granted
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9. Ginseng Swing
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10. Watermaid
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11. That's Old Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Woodshedders play original Djangoesque Hot Club Jazz Swingy Mountain style music, characterized by inventive songwriting, sweet vocal harmonies, and hot string-busting improvisations. Members include Dwayne Brooke on Guitar and Vocals, Ryan Mayo on Bass, Stuart Orser on Guitar, Fiddlin' Dave VanDeventer on Fiddle, Jesse Shultzaberger on Drums and Skiffle Trap, and features Morgan Morrison and Aimee Curl on Vocals.


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Good Music
This album is full of catchy-swingy tunes that make you want to dance. It's fun to listen to, and the intricate combination of instruments allows you to listen over and over and always find something new. The instrumentals are full of talented playing, I especially like the guitar picking on Valse a Vandalia. Good Album!