Woody Pines | You Gotta Roll

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You Gotta Roll

by Woody Pines

Crunky Bluesy Viper Jazz and Country Americana
Genre: Country: Americana
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2. Long Gone
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3. Red Rocking Chair
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4. Ham and Eggs
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5. Cant Keep You Off My Mind
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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You know it when you hear the name: Woody Pines is a roots musician who taps into the rural backwoods of Americana. On his new EP, You Gotta Roll, you’ll hear backroads folk music of the very best kind, inspired by rough street jugbands, neighborhood BBQs, lost 78’s of old blues singers, dusty 45’s of forgotten rockabilly singles, a faint radio signal you can’t trace and can’t stop listening to; the kind of music you have to travel deep into the country to find. Woody’s been playing this music for years, first cutting his teeth with the fabled Kitchen Syncopators, a street-performance jugband from Eugene, Oregon that also included Gill Landry of Old Crow Medicine Show. This beloved crew traveled up and down the West Coast, laying the seeds for a new generation to take on traditional music. Going solo in 2002, Woody released the acclaimed 2009 album, Counting Alligators, and has been enjoying touring in the US and the UK. Now Woody’s back and preparing to drop a full-length album in late summer 2012. You Gotta Roll is an EP teaser designed to showcase new songs and a new sound born of his hot touring band.



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