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Follow Me is the third album by Bearfoot, released in 2006. The album was the first the group released under their new name of Bearfoot, while their first two albums were released under the name of Bearfoot Bluegrass. According to Bearfoot's mandolin player Jason Norris, they shortened their name to reflect the band's present sound. We'd never had a banjo in the band and it was hard to call ourselves a traditional bluegrass band.
Erscheinungsdatum 1973. Labels Columbia Records Epic Records. Musik GenreCountry Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 2. Mark Twain, How Can I Prove It. 3. I Used to Love Her Madly.
Tracklist: 01 Only a soldier 02 Mark Twain 03 How can i prove it 04 I used to love her madly 05 Sweet harmony 06 Quiet on the water 07 Right on 08 Life goes too fast 09 Take me home 10 Holy, holy, holy.
The first two songs on Bearfoot's fourth album pretty much tell you what you need to know: they open with a fine, gently bouncing cover of Megan McCormick's "Oh My Love," on which they weave silky-tight harmonies around a chord progression that sounds simple but isn't. Then they rip into a great string-band arrangement of the old-time mountain lament "Single Girl," which they deliver with a sharp, vinegary flair and that weird combination of joy and regret that characterizes so much Appalachian music.
Bearfoot Beware are characterised as much by tough, tight playing as by their deliciously devious songwriting. A listen to Bearfoot Beware’s latest release is to be confronted with some odd pairings, in the best possible sense. The Leeds trio’s latest effort, Sea Magnolia, is as noisy and visceral a. earfoot Beware. 17 September 2018 ·. Hello.
If so, check out this fourth album from dewy-skinned newgrass combo Bearfoot who formed in 1999 to represent the Cordova, Alaska, Music Camp at festivals across the Northwest. The six eager counselors honed their skills for two years, then scored big at the Telluride Band Contest in 2001-putting them in a category with Dixie Chicks and Nickel Creek. And the fun, collectively written "Good in the Kitchen," includes Andrews Sisters-style harmonies and a "doobie doobie doo" refrain.
Date of release: 1972
Style: Classic Rock
Size MP3: 1693 mb
Size FLAC: 1843 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
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