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The Dandelion Greens

by The Dandelion Greens

Dusty rusted acoustic Americana in a bluegrass hat and rockabilly boots
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. State 163
5:08 album only
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2. Armistice Day Storm
4:18 album only
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3. Tossed and Turned
3:53 album only
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4. Road to Blythe
3:20 album only
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5. Shopfront Scarecrow
4:11 album only
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6. Heaven Knows
6:06 album only
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7. Outside of Okemah
5:40 album only
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8. When I'm Gone
3:46 album only
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9. But Never You Mind
3:15 album only
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10. Mama I Regret
5:20 album only
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11. Well Enough Alone
4:06 album only
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12. Trail of Roses
4:46 album only
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13. This Merchant Marine
4:20 album only
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14. Not That Sad At All
7:31 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From Whidbey Island Washington, in the great Pacific Northwest, The Dandelion Greens releases their self-titled, full-length album of modern day original roots music.

Writing all of their own material, this fourteen song collection of true Americana storytelling is innovative, yet anchored in a sense of familiarity, bringing hearts to pounding and feet to tapping, while managing to disguise a bit of American history and personal mayhem within a field of bluegrass/folkabilly.

Joe Cook – upright bass, accordion, back-up vocals
Pete Keating – lead vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, harmonica, banjo
Michael Connolly (guest musician) - fiddle

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