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Kristi Rose | This Is Pulp Country!

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This Is Pulp Country!

by Kristi Rose

Eclectic Dynamite. Guitars choking on distortion with steel guitar, twin fiddles and a lung-bursting energetic vocal style. Produced by renown instrumentalist, Fats Kaplin
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Johnny Guitar
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2. Stop, Look and Listen
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3. All the Right Reasons
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4. Come Back Tomorrow
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5. You Break It, You Pay
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6. Theme From Pulp Country
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7. All Is Gone
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8. Rise & Shine
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9. Cry to Heaven
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10. Cheater's World
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11. Angry, No More
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Kristi Rose with multi-instrumentalist Fats Kaplin is "eclectic dynamite" garnering rave reviews both in the USA and across Europe.

THIS IS PULP COUNTRY! contains "splendid originals" like the swinging "Rise and Shine" the psycho-lovely "Come Back Tomorrow", "Angry No More" and the "heartbreaking" "All The Right Reasons" as well as the Amy Allison penned "Cheater's World". Paying homage to divas past, included is her "riveting version" of the cult classic movie theme, "Johnny Guitar" originally recorded by Peggy Lee.

The Men of Pulp Country are some of Nashville's most highly sought players including Fats Kaplin, bassist Byron House,(Emmylou Harris, Jerry Douglas,Dolly Parton) Maxwell Schauf, (Lonnie Mack) Kenny Vaughan, (Lucinda Williams, R.B. Morris) and Mr. "pulp-twang" guitar, Jackie "WR" Silverman.

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Edna Ball Axelrod

Great
The CD is wonderful.
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ken lawrence

HOT! SWEET! SASSY! YEAH!!!
this blind writer heard of kristi after reading the tennessean and seeing her name. last night august 9, 2005 the day before the review was submitted kristi hosted the long running billy block's western beat and well today looked on cdbaby and well just like the title says HOT! SWEET! SASSY! YEAH!!! just one listen to rise and shine johnny guitar, and well you get the idea. so hey don't be bashful, just drink some liquid courage, shuffle around in your best dandin' shoes and well that will make your day. just don't bring your guns to town Huh?
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John Etes

Buy IT!!!!
What can I say about that voice? If Patsy were around, this is the CD she'd make. And don't forget.....Fats shows his virtuosity throughout. No surprise there either. 2 modern masters.
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