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by Happy Savage

Funky blues, rock, and world beat grooves, with songs about peace, love, trees, and the end of the world as we know it.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Hard World
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2. Beautiful World
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3. Oil Age
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4. Stranger
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5. Treehuggers
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6. Mother's Arms
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7. Sophia
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8. Foxes
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9. Without a Warning
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10. Best of the Bunch
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Sometimes low-budget discs from local bands are more enjoyable than high-budget major label productions because of the raw energy, sheer, unadulterated talent, and we-mean-it vibe that comes shining through on them. Seattle's Happy Savage has made such a disc. In concert, Happy Savage stretches out into credible and enjoyable 20-minute jams, often on [Grateful] Dead songs like "The Other One" or "Fire On The Mountain." On this record, however, they demonstrate the strength of their songwriting, and ability to be concise, giving voice to the environmental concerns and alienation from modernity that were more often found in the Dead's audience than in their music, in fine three to five minute rock songs. The title track alone makes this a great gift for the music-loving activist in your circles. A strong disc demonstrating that folks in the Great Northwest looking for a good time would do well to check out Happy Savage. --Review by da Flower Punk, Pause Record.



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Ralf (Germany)

For the hippie in all of us: Groovy sound with a deep sense.
They remind us to be careful with our nature. And put this important message into a fantastic, groovy music style. To me - as a German - its Folk-/Roots-/Jam-Rock. Comparable to the Band "Calobo". First class, relaxed male/female singing, great handling of the instruments, relaxed atmosphere. A must buy for all old and new hippies. Big recommendation.