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Pop: Folky Pop Rock: Space Rock Moods: Mood: Dreamy
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The Electric Farm

by The Electric Farm

Taking soft pop into a folk space rock situation.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Rainfall
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2. Man of the Town
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3. The Day
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4. Dew on the Gazing Ball
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5. The Ballad of Johnny Messina
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6. Wild River
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7. And She Dreams
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8. Unspoken Love
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9. Lillybell's Lullaby
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10. Fallen Star
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Electric Farm takes soft pop into a folky space rock situation.

Follow a trail that traverses the likes of Nick Drake, Ray Davies, Neil Young via Bright Eyes and Elliott Smith...and you'll get a sense of the irresistible sound of The Electric Farm.

ONE TREE HILL featured the song "Shabby Girl" during Season One (Episode #108)...following its inclusion in the 20th Century Fox movie DRIVE ME CRAZY starring Melissa Joan Hart.

Their song "Man of the Town" was selected from over 600 songs to appear on the Philadelphia Phast Pholks CD compilation from FAST FOLK Magazine, a New York-based talent antenna who were the first to record music notables like Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin, and John Gorka.

Peter Buck of REM played mandolin on early demos recorded by the band at John Keane's studio in Athens, Georgia. Other musicians who recorded with Keane include REM, Vic Chestnutt, Cowboy Junkies, Indigo Girls to name a few.

THE ELECTRIC FARM is the band's self-titled recent disk (released 2005). Their two previous releases include BOOMSCHLANG VIPER STORY (1997) and the EP SIX (1995).

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Donna Van Cott

I loved this CD. I have been wearing it out!
I am really enjoying this CD. Love the varitey of tunes, but the one thing I really like is the calming affect it has. It is just so mellow.
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Zack Roth


This cd is fantastic. The songs are all memorable, hummable melodies, tasteful guitar parts and of course, great lyrics. This cd has entered into my rotation and will likely remain there for a while. Overall a worthwile buy and an even more of a worthy listen.
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Kathy

Imagine Elliott Smith Meets the Beatles
I just discovered this band and I'm loving their sound. I sure hope Electric Farm finds fame and fortune and continues to make fine music like this.
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Walter Needham

Electric Farm
It's been awhile since we've actually caught the Farm in concert as our musical tastes have changed, our schedule has made it often difficult, and because we weren't exactly sure who was still in the band after a number of changes through the years. For some reason I was just goofing off on the internet and decided to put the Electric Farms name in a search engine, just to see what came up. We already had their first 2 cds, so I was pleased to see a new one listed, even though it appeared to be at least 2 years old. I listened to a few of the sample cuts and really liked what I heard, so I thought, well, why not, and placed an order. The cd came in just a few days and I took it along in the car to give it a spin. What a terrific piece of work. All of the songs are well done and very easy to listen too. We just may have to make the time to catch the Farm in concert once again.
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