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Three Rivers Point

by Capt. SoularCat

New-age Southern Rock that jams. Great vocals and guitar.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Higher Mound
6:28 $0.99
2. Track 9
6:24 $0.99
3. Three Rivers Point
8:31 $0.99
4. Salt Lick
7:33 $0.99
5. Minnesota Mourning
6:00 $0.99
6. Burnin' Ambers
5:44 $0.99
7. Make A Little Time
10:30 $0.99
8. Gotta Go
4:13 $0.99
9. Kickin' It In
6:01 $0.99
10. Or Maybe Feathers
7:12 $0.99
11. Count Down
1:21 $0.99
12. Crazy
6:07 $0.99
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Album Notes
"...they fit neatly into that funky southern blues-rock vein--but their original songs, especially "Three Rivers Point," which would sound fine on any Gov't Mule album, are outstanding and set them apart from many other
similarly accomplished bands." (Mick Skidmore, Relix Magazine)

"...It's most likely a safe move to add Captain Soularcat to the growing list of young bands helping to put Georgia on the map (once again) as a musical hotspot..." (Mark Pantsari, The Post and Courier,Charleston SC)

"Captain Soularcat's new release, THREE RIVERS POINT, is a combination of intimate portraits and epic tunes, spanning the inner trappings of the human experience and the vast expanses of the American landscape. The songs are deep in blues, Southern Jam and roots groove." - Dean Poling, Valdosta Daily News 2004

"..(from) Rome GA, Captain Soularcat brings a wildly energetic and soulful southern rock to the desert. Homegrown sounds with a bluesy hard rocking band, best experienced live and in person." (Steve Brown/Desert Post Weekly/Joshua Tree, California)



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Jamie Davis

"NEW" Southern Rock
The CD sounds great. I became interested b/c of hearing the song "Higher Mound" on Sirius radio - was not dissapointed with the rest of the album.

Rob, Nashville

Makes non believers believe in Southern rock!
Saw band live one time, bought CD. This CD will make you close your eyes and really rock! Fantastic.. 3 Rivers Point is going to be a classic!

J.R. Hawkins

Three Rivers Point is just the beginning for this great band of players and writers.
Thats why I'm not only going to listen to this CD, I'm going to LEARN this CD.

J.R. Hawkins--drummer, Swami Gone Bananas

Poor Martin's Almanac

Steeped in the Classics
The smooth slide and fantastic Piano on Higher Mound really get the record going. The mixing was at times great and at times not so great. You never seem to be able to hear the vocals and when you can they are hard to understand. Added Percusion is a nice and the bass and drums work well with each other during the whole recording.

Overall I give the songs 3 stars for originality and artistic content.

3 stars for the fantastic musicianship and 2 stars for the recording and production.

A great first record. I cannot wait to hear more!

Ivan Untez
Poor Martin's Almanac

the Abdominal Dr. Vibes

Superb Southern rock with first-rate material and great improv
Excellent Southern rock effort- Fine production by Rev. Jeff of BGUG (though I note that credit is shared with the band), whose musical influence also shows to good effect (members of BGUG guest)...solid vocals somewhat reminiscent of WSP/Warren Haynes/Jimmy Dewar (of Stone the Crows and Trower fame)... the double-guitar-driven jams are particularly good, and, combined with good keyboard (particularly organ)and bass support/interaction, put me in mind of the Allmans and ARU crossed with Procol Harum or (again) Stone the Crows...the percussion is also generally outstanding, and lends a New Monsoonish worldbeat texture to the music at times...all in all, highly recommended to fans of this genre...


Thanks to STEF on SIRIUS 17 Jam On I got tohear this awsome music .
Look forward to hearing these guys play at some festivals in the near future.Very good cd!!!!


Better than expected
This CD was better than expected. Like other reviewers, I heard them on Sirius Radio and liked "Higher Mound." I wasn't expecting too much from the other songs since most smaller bands put out their best song and it turns out to be the only good song. However, the whole CD was very good.


three rivers point
I took a chance, and bought this cd without hearing anything off it before. Man, am I glad I did!! Beginning to end, there isn't one bad song.I would recommend "Three River's Point" to anyone who likes Allman Bros., Gov't Mule, Panic,etc. It blows me away and I'm eagerly awaiting news of a new one by these guy's!

Michael Mack

Very fine cd. Can't believe I had not stumbled on these guys before now. They should not be flying so under the radar. I am an old southern rock devotee as well as a huge fan of Warren Haynes, Panic, etc and this is one of the biggest surprise cds I have bought in some time. Excellent stuff!

Tore Andersen

Great Band!
I liked this cd very much! great vocals and guitars.worth buying!!
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