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by Loretta Lynch

"...this East Bay band that describes its sound "a little tear in your beer, a knife in the back, a little tongue in cheek" could be a [neo-twang] standard-bearer, with its three-part harmonies, slide guitars & abundance of attitude" - Oakland Tribune
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Someone You Used to Know
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2. Baby Made 1, 2, 3
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3. Indicator
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4. C'Mon Train
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5. Used To Be Me
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6. What Can I Say
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7. I Need You
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8. I Wanna Be Sedated
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9. Eyes of a Small Town
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10. Sweet Ambiguity
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11. Farewell Party
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12. Ghost Riders in the Sky
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With dreamy three-part harmonies, raucous surf-tinged guitar and more than a bit of tongue in cheek, the East Bay Area’s own alt-country outfit Loretta Lynch’s stirring songs reach the shady grove in all of us. A little tear in your beer, a little knife in the back - think "O Brother Where Art Thou" meets the Andrews Sisters’ disreputable cousins at a warehouse hoedown. It’s Americana Noir

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