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Rockin' At The River

by American Made

Contemporary country with classic roots, with a sprinkling of swing and jazz
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Zero Zip Zilch Nada
4:00 $0.99
2. Dancin' Soft and Slow
3:43 $0.99
3. Can't Wait to See You
3:37 $0.99
4. Don't Fall for Rosa
4:22 $0.99
5. Rockin' At the River
2:51 $0.99
6. Gone Today, Gone Tomorrow
3:28 $0.99
7. Let Me Love You or Let Me Go
2:49 $0.99
8. I Was Wrong
4:07 $0.99
9. Take a Chance On Me
4:56 $0.99
10. It's Rainin' Again
3:36 $0.99
11. Don't Know Why
2:22 $0.99
12. Dear Mom
3:14 $0.99
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Album Notes
This is our third album of all original music, and we are proud of the songs, which range from rousing rockers to tender ballads, both joyful and sad.

"Dancin' Soft and Slow" is a lyrical protest against the state of modern country music, and the whole album is a musical response to current country sonic overkill. The last track, "Dear Mom", was written and recorded in 2001, right after 9/11, based on actual letters home from troops to their families, sent during early secret deployments.

We hope you enjoy our music!



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Dena Tuveng

Love the song! Is it available on Karaoke?
We have a local Festival here in Astoria Oregon. Our theme this year is "Rockin" On the River". Your song would go great with this theme at our coronation. The coronation is where we choose a Queen to rule over the festival. Also the court receives scholarships. I would love to sing this song at our coronation.
Dena Tuveng


American Made
Great songs Sharon and Nate. I really enjoy listening to your music. This album is sure to be a big hit. love you guys

Arthur Black

Rockin' at the River Really Rocks
As someone who usually listens only to classical music, Rockin' at the River was an eye-opener, an ear-opener, and a toe-tapper. I enjoyed every minute of every track. I particularly liked the clever lyrics, the infectious rhythms and the pulsating arrangements. I have to thank the friend who turned me on to the CD and the American Made band for a terrific performance.


Great songs!
This is a great collection of songs. I've followed this band for many years and their songwriting continues to improve to the point of wondering why the big names haven't snatched up some of these gems. The instrumental work is top-shelf with Sharon's keyboards, Nat's fiddle and guitar along with the other players on the album. Of note, John Hunt on guitar, stellar!
There are some emotional tugs at your heart with "Can't wait to see you" and "Dear Mom". Probably my favorite song on the disk "Don't know why" is just a pleasure to listen to. Dancin' soft and slow" is a poke at the state of country music that is ruled by the current group of guys that have little respect for the ladies that they think they deserve. Thoughtful and on point!
"Take a chance on me" shows some of the piano and fiddle work that makes this band shine.
Give this disk a shot. A bit of country, rock and throw in a light touch of jazz. Something for everyone and then some.

Mike Perlowin

As real as it gets
In this time when every product is advertised as “wonderful,” “terrific,” “fabulous” ad museum, those words (as much as they apply to this CD,) have lost all meaning. So instead let’s use a different word to describe the American Made Band and their new CD: REAL. This is real music, real songs, sung and played by real musicians. The recoding contains no sampling, no looping, and no sequencing. The band did it the old fashioned way: they actually sang and played their instruments. And they did it magnificently.

Nat and Sharon Wyner are true virtuosos whose level of musicianship dwarfs that of 99% of the rest of us. Likewise, they have surrounded themselves with musicians of equal caliber. These are world-class artists. The fact that they are not world famous is a true injustice.

The 12 songs, 11 of which were written by the band, run the gamut of styles from straight-ahead country, to country rock, to western swing to jazz. (The jazz tune is the only song on the CD that Nat and/or Sharon didn’t write. The arrangements are all rock-solid.

The bottom line is that even though the words “wonderful,” “terrific,” and “fabulous” have lost much of their impact, they are nevertheless the best possible descriptions of this CD.