Diana Catherine and the Thrusty Tweeters | The Spirit Ranch Sessions

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The Spirit Ranch Sessions

by Diana Catherine and the Thrusty Tweeters

This album takes you through a barrage of rock, blues, country and soul. You can't quite put your finger on their sound but it feels familiar. These are stories about people you've known and experiences we've all had. Are you Feeling Thrusty?
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Walk
4:27 $0.99
2. Blueberry Eyes
5:40 $0.99
3. Sober(is too hard to stay)
2:55 $0.99
4. Travelin' Man
3:52 $0.99
5. Long Road
3:02 $0.99
6. Come with me Baby
3:08 $0.99
7. Last Dance
4:57 $0.99
8. 4 Leaf Clover
4:47 $0.99
9. Lucinda
3:35 $0.99
10. Train Song
3:52 $0.99
11. Drifting
5:48 $0.99
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Album Notes
Diana and the Tweeters traveled down to Sarasota, Florida to record their new album, The Spirit Ranch Sessions, with Bud Snyder, studio experienced engineer/ producer who has worked with such legendary greats as Tom Dowd. Producer/Engineer Credits Include The Allman Brothers, Greg Allman, Dickey Betts, Warren Haynes, Gov’t Mule, Jeff Buckley, Derek Trucks and the list goes on.

What the Press has to say:

"For instance, they're quite adept at modern pop courtesy of "Long Road" which not only shows Diana Catherine can out-sing Sheryl Crow, but writes a better song." - Jaimie Vernon, GWNtertainment (Sep 11, 2009)

"When Riveting Riffs Magazine looks back over the past ten months Diana Catherine and The Thrusty Tweeters record The Spirit Ranch Sessions would certainly have to be considered among the top three Americana albums that have come our way. " - Joe Montague, Riviting Riffs (Oct 10, 2009)

"Diana Catherine & The Thrusty Tweeters inhabits a unique place, music for the collective hearts of outlaws everywhere.They deliver a country-blues throwdown eliciting images of Blue Rodeo, Neil Young, and old-time greats. These traveling gypsies revive that nostalgic spirit, that rock and roll soul." - The Lonely Vagabond, Lonely Vagabond Reviews (Oct 09, 2009)

"This is a stylistic debut that is original and different. Lyrically, it is a ton of fun, Really, we have this kind of kickass country in Toronto? Don’t believe me? Give the Spirit Ranch Sessions a spin and it won’t be long before you grab your girlfriends and head to Dakota Tavern. " - Sheena Lyonnais, Toronto Music Scene (Sep 15, 2009)

"The album is frickin' great! "Walk" is especially wonderful. Best leadoff track I've heard in a long time, maybe all year..." - Mark Rheaume, CBC Music Resources (Sep 09, 2009)

"I would love to send each of you a copy. It's that good. It's an album that even manages to capture some of the stage presence that Diana oozes. You may not be able to see that swagger on the disc, but you can sure hear it in her voice and in her insane attack on the harmonica." - Barbra Bruederlin, Bad Tempered Zombie

"What I like the most out of this album is the fact that songs represent what people are about. These are actual real life songs.." - Matt Hartwick, Partyinkingston.com

"Musical gypsies; delightful enablers of the terpsichorean muse; whatever you wish to call them, Diana Catherine & The Thrusty Tweeters will delight you eleven songs full of toughness, vulnerability and panache." - Wildy, Wildy's World Blogspot

"One major factor on this new record is the voice of singer/songwriter, Diana Catherine. She sings with such passion and conviction through every line and note. Her heartfelt and soulful approach to singing is without a doubt one of the shining moments on the record." - Jimmy Rae, SKOPE Magazine (Aug 21, 2008)



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