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Small Town

by Green Buddha

"No Coast Reggae"- a fresh incarnation of style from musicians with deep roots and varied musical backgrounds, with an ear towards creating distinct new reggae sound, one that speaks to Colorado's vibe.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Venice
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2. Bring It Home
4:08 $0.99
3. Spiral
3:45 $0.99
4. Taking Time
4:24 $0.99
5. Small Town
6:02 $0.99
6. Green Room
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7. Matrix
5:54 $0.99
8. Made of Light
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9. Gold Anastasia
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10. Always Good
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11. 6|8|om
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12. 1st of July
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Album Notes
Grooves in the service of songs, Green Buddha is that and more.
Original Colorado music spawned from funk, reggae and soul,
to ska and dub. The result is a blend of psychedelia with
melodies and hooks galore.

The best bands are formed by chemistry not design and their
debut album Small Town proves the point. From the minds of
Seth Strickland, Otis Lande and Jonny Jyemo, along with fresh
textures from Mikey B3 on Keys and Eric Benny Bloom (Lettuce)
leading the brass, the album makes for a strong brew indeed.

Green Buddha is in its true element performing live, whether as
a power trio, “Got B3” Quartet or full Bloom of brass monster,
this band brings the heat. “No Coast Reggae” A fresh incarnation of style from musicians with deep roots. The
members of Buddha have brought their varied musical
backgrounds together with an ear towards creating a distinct
new reggae sound; a sound that speaks to Colorado’s vibe.

Influences range widely from classics like Toots and the Stones,
to the hybrids of the 90’s like Fishbone, Chili Peppers, Sublime
and 311, as well as contemporaries like John Browns Body,
Black Seeds and Slightly Stoopid, not to mention personal &
family connections to greats like the Subdudes and Aquarium
Rescue Unit.

While most of the songs are written by Seth Strickland, (a
surrogate child of the Subdudes), it is Otis Lande (son of jazz
legend Art Lande) who leads the band on musical direction.
Add in one Jyemo, a lefty world beat drummer of supernatural
acumen and you have Green Buddha.



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