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Wildfire

by Acero Rojo

Singer songwriter - indie bluegrass.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Amee
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2. Murk and Mire
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3. Wildfire
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4. Ballad of Brownsville
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5. Going Down
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6. Trail of Tears
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7. Green Acres
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8. Elmwood Waltz
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9. Delmer
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10. It's Not a Metaphor
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11. Lilli
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12. Wiggles' Hornpipe
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13. Toast
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Album Notes
Acero Rojo, spanish for Red Iron, will make all of your wildest dreams come true. If you're like most people I know then your dreams include an multi-national alternative buegrass trio and a fully stocked bar. Carlos Alarcón Allen (mandolin/fiddle)  Nashville Nick Glöckner (upright bass) and Jeremy Fitzkee (guitar/banjo/Dobro) with guest vocalists Fumie Tsuji and Prof. Wiggles play original heart felt compositions with a couple bluegrass standards thrown in for authenticity's sake.  Although the vibe is ultra laid back, A.R. remains as tight as a roosters egg hole. Close your eyes and you'll think you've wandered into the back woods of West Virginy minus the inherent dangers. (see Deliverance, 1972)  So what's the difference between alternative and regular bluegrass you ask? Alternative bluegrass is played by guys who grow up listening to rock and can't quite come to terms with the the 'hee-haw' aspect that repels most urban hipsters from fully embracing the genre. Plus real bluegrass is way harder to play.

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