Bermuda Triangle Service | Yoo Hoo

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Yoo Hoo

by Bermuda Triangle Service

At times lead vocalist, Cynthia Wigginton, sounds a lot like Kelly Hogan or Neko Case. Fans of those lovely ladies just might take a shine to this combo. They make candlelit country with lots of slide guitar and fiddle playing. Very pretty.
Genre: Rock: Country-Rock
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1. 100 Camels
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2. I Think It's Vegas
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3. Looking for Niagara Falls
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4. High Beams
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5. Sunset Scavenger
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6. Where You Were
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7. How It Is All Now
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8. Yoo Hoo
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9. Red River
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10. All the Tears Left Behind
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11. Jimmy Was a Cowboy
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12. Ditch
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It's not often that a group can come right out of the gate sounding this good, this professional, this polished, all of their own merit - but that is exactly what we have with Bermuda Triangle Service. This three piece, led by Cynthia Wigginton - who has played with such greats as Richard Buckner, Alejandro Escavedo, and the Mekons - have given San Francisco a fresh shot of alt-country that doesn't sound too much like anything else but is instantly recognizable at the same time. According to the band's press sheet, Wigginton started writing these songs while "sequestered on a tropical island", which might explain the strains of Hawaiian or Caribbean music that make the overall sound of this record particularly unique. Fans of Carolyn Mark, Neko Case, Tift Merritt and that lot would probably enjoy this, even if it doesn't sound too much like it per se. Definitely worth checking out if you like strong songwriting with a little twang and maybe a little hula thrown in. --Shredding Paper

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