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Coming Back Home to You

by Hub City Ramblers

Soulful bluegrass from the misty mountains of Vancouver Island.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wild Poppy Bloom
3:20 $0.99
2. Coming Back Home to You
3:16 $0.99
3. Little Sparrow, Whiskey Before Breakfast
5:56 $0.99
4. Rose Point
2:54 $0.99
5. Sweet Lucille
3:58 $0.99
6. Wanted Man
5:20 $0.99
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Album Notes
Lookout! Here comes the Hub City Ramblers! We'll hunt you dooooooowwwwwn. These four brats from Vancouver Island bring their own vague west coast style to the traditional bluegrass band, or something. The original music they play speaks to old world sensibilities, like misogyny, but leaves you feeling fresh n new, like a stick of deodorant. Brad Shipley’s mandolin work is filled with cascading melodies and millions of fills. Ira Pelletier’s guitar playing is soulful and FRICKIN' INTENSE! Marisha Devoin shakes the earth on a Richter Bass scale of 6.5 with her freakishly huge clobber hands and makes you run for cover under a desk. Stay away from windows and count to 60. Duncan Symonds’ dobro fills are like honey for your ear hole.

Each member of HCR BGQ BYOB is a university trained jazz snob, and a composer, song writer, arranger, teacher, general laborer, house cleaner, groundskeeper, hippy, health nut, farmer, gardener, complainer, father, son, daughter, lover and hater. They come together to create a sound that is FRICKIN' AWESOME!!! They mix traditional bluegrass and old time with a dose of rock n’ roll, jazz, roots, folk, gypsy, Albanian work song, Bulgarian laduvane, Irish drinking songs, Portuguese fado, yodeling, Tex Mex, and add a focus on vocal harmony and virtuosic instrumental breaks that will rock your face off. Seriously, protect your face."



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