Appalachian Still | Feelin' Alive!

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Feelin' Alive!

by Appalachian Still

Old-Timey, hootin', hollerin', foot-stompin', shake-what-your-mama-gave-you progressive bluegrass featuring fiddle, acoustic guitar, clawhammer banjo, upright bass, drums, and a 1962 American Tourister suitcase.
Genre: Country: Progressive Bluegrass
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1. Ain't No Train to Memphis
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2. Cumberland Gap
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3. Deep Elem Blues
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4. Cherokee Shuffle & Bill Cheatum
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5. Feelin' Alive!
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6. Straight On Til Morning
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7. Sail Away Ladies
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8. Get Up Jake
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9. Hangman's Reel
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10. You Ain't Going Nowhere
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11. Movin' On
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12. I Know You Rider
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13. Crossbow
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14. Nothing Left to Say
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After a busy summer of gigs in 2010, Appalachian Still went into SpiritHouse Studio for a couple of marathon sessions to lay down some tracks that the band had honed through countless live shows. Feelin' Alive! is the sum of these sessions. Drawing from a repertoire that includes traditional fiddle tunes, classic bluegrass, original songs, and a taste of classic rock and rockabilly, the album represents the broad musical backgrounds and interestes of the group. Though it might be easiest to call Appalachian Still a bluegrass band, this ain't your daddy's bluegrass.

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