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Beth Bombara | Wish I Were You

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Wish I Were You

by Beth Bombara

A blend of folk, alt-country, and indie-rock that sounds equally fitting alongside Hank Williams, Sr. and Neil Young as it does Neko Case and the Breeders.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Rainbow
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2. Can't Win
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3. Direction
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4. Lately
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5. Winter Blues
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6. Pots & Pans
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7. Not Fair
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8. Abandon Ship
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9. I'm Not Tired
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10. Don't You Know
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Beth Bombara is one of those rare musicians who can shift genres as effortlessly as she changes instruments. She is well known as the latter half of the folk duo Cassie Morgan and the Lonely Pine and as the singer/guitarist of the indie-rock group Beth Bombara and the Robotic Foundation. She has also toured nationally as a member of Samantha Crain and the Midnight Shivers and spent 2006 in Martha’s Vineyard focusing on her music during an artist’s residency program. Beth’s most recent project is a solo album that she recorded at her home studio with fellow Robotic Foundation members Kit and J.J. Hamon. The songs on this album are a blend of folk, alt-country, and indie-rock that sounds equally fitting alongside Hank Williams, Sr. and Neil Young as it does Neko Case and the Breeders.

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Rick G

Don't you know. Amazing song Beth!
" Beth’s rootsy voice and banjo accompaniment are a perfect combination for musical enjoyment" Yes they are Matthew Forss, yes they are!
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Jon

Beth you're awesome!
Wanted to share Wildy Haskell's review of you're song "Don't You Know" with you! "Don't You Know" is a straight forward love song written without device of affectation. Bombara starts out with just her voice and banjo, eventually growing the song into an almost orchestral country arrangement that is highly appealing"
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