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All Over The Place

by Adlin & Appleford

Adlin & Appleford's music is like a rusty pickup truck rolling down a gravel road, detouring into melody-rich territories and contemplative moods. They twist the roots and weave them into catchy, well-written songs with clever lyrics
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Memphis
4:35 FREE
2. Finding Out
2:33 $0.99
3. Three Rivers Rambler
5:26 $0.99
4. Woman Be My Death
4:54 $0.99
5. Interstate
4:01 $0.99
6. Ebb and Flow
5:55 $0.99
7. Leave Me Where You Found Me
4:02 $0.99
8. Lightnin' In A Bottle
3:48 $0.99
9. Farm Calling Scott
4:40 $0.99
10. Under The Stars
7:32 $0.99
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Adlin & Appleford's music is like a rusty pickup truck rolling down a gravel road, detouring into melody-rich territories and contemplative moods. They twist the roots and weave them into catchy, well-written songs with clever lyrics. Their original music winds through the mountains to Memphis, from the Delta to Dixie, and Beale to Bourbon. Beer & whiskey chaser vocals and a gritty brew of acoustic and electric music are stirred into songs that each have their own flavor.

Rich Adlin plays lead acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, and fiddle. Mark Appleford is the lead vocalist, harmonica player, and rhythm guitarist. Often, Adlin’s fingerpicking and slide guitar blends with Appleford’s smokin' harmonica, transforming the time-honored folk/blues tradition into their own concoction. Backed by a variety of instruments from banjo and brass, pedal steel and piano, each song is distinctive.

Rich Adlin & Mark Appleford have so far focused almost exclusively on recording their original material. Like their music, their lives have taken twists and turns that prevented them from performing, until now. Their collaboration started in Knoxville, Tennessee, but was distracted by birth, death, and distance. Their partnership continued with Rich still in Knoxville and Mark in Asheville, North Carolina. Both their history and music are All Over The Place, the title of their recently released CD. Their first CD, Jaundice Bitters, received very complimentary reviews and was played on several radio stations (locally and nationally). As Dirty Linen magazine described it, Jaundice Bitters “leaves us wanting more.” All Over The Place is the response.



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chris s.

Excellent down-home blend of southern- fried hooks
Simply put, this is the best thing I've heard all year. And I don't even like Dylan! Try this if you like early Dirt Band stuff. Fave tracks are 1-4, 6, and of course 10, so drenched in ragtime it transports you to another time and place! Awesome string work, vocals, and harmonica solos. There is a sense of unbridled joy that I get from this music and that is why it will be on my iPod for years to come.

bruce appleford

all over the place
Mark yes i have finally brought your CD and it is as good as i thought it would be, i'll hear you live one day. Keep up the great work


adlin & appleford's all over the place is the long awaited follow up to their debut jaundice bitters, and what a follow up indeed!

as good as jaundice bitters is, (a thanksgiving tradition in my home along with arlo guthrie and johnny cash) their sophomore effort is even better.

from the opening notes of memphis to the closer under the stars, there is nothing but wholesome musical goodness inside. from the collectively clever lyrics and crafty songwriting to the clear and concise production, this be one cornucopic concoction.

woman be my death just rips! E=MC2. ebb and flow stands out as the most naturally beautiful song on the disc whilst the deceptively heavy leave me where you found me, with its rumbling bassline and harmonica, is just wicked!

indeed there are only two kinds of music, good and bad. music you like or don't. and i like this music. word.