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One

by Fish Harmonics

Accordion-driven, adventurous American roots music influenced by Celtic, old time, and modern bluegrass sounds, with a unique free-wheeling and improvisational energy.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Don't Be the Turkey (feat. Mazz Swift)
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2. Jack's Jig
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3. Two River Rag (feat. Isaac Stanford & Saantis Fenmu Davis)
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4. Mama Bear
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5. The New Box (feat. Isaac Stanford & Saantis Fenmu Davis)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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ONE is an EP of original music by accordion master Rob Curto with his ensemble, Fish Harmonics, featuring adventurous American roots music that takes you on a whirlwind, toe-tapping ride.

Influenced by Celtic, old time, and modern bluegrass sounds, the band brings a unique free-wheeling and improvisational energy to both classic tunes and original compositions. "ONE" features Curto’s mastery of the piano and diatonic accordions, coupled with rhythmic arco playing by Chris Coyle (acoustic bass); old-timey strings by Brennen Ernst (banjo, guitar), Isaac Stanford (dobro), and Mazz Swift (fiddle); and percussion by Saantis Fenmu Davis with groove-oriented drumming by Doug Hirlinger.

"ONE" is a musical journey documenting the discovery of a new place, new music, and new collaborations in Philadelphia, that in some ways began circa 2016, when a turkey collided with the windshield of a road-worn Kia zipping along with a cargo of musicians and gear. And the rest, as they say, is history.

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