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by Red Rooster

Infused with the musical tension between traditional and modern, urban and rural. Honest, self-reflective songs with fragments of their diverse musical influences and sensibilities including bluegrass, folk, country, blues, gospel, electronica and hip hop
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Bluebird
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2. Black Point Road
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3. Chasing You
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4. Borrowed Money
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5. Leaves in Autumn
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6. Five Tiny Fingers
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7. Let It All Go
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8. Raining in Los Angeles
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9. Time To Go
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10. Washington Square
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11. The Places In Between
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12. Satisfied Mind
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Album Notes
"Walk" is a gem and is some of the most original material I have had the privilege to review so far this year... was music of this caliber that got me into the Americana scene in the first place. ...These guys are from New York, but we’re not going to hold that against them.
-Texas Star Tribune

One lovely song after another, gorgeous singing and a deliciously underproduced sound.
-Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Wonderful new record! ...guitar playing is superb and the voices blend really beautifully.
-Don Was (Grammy-Winning Producer)

"Walk" promises a lot and delivers on every count... ...Red Rooster is incredibly tight as a band, and "Walk" is a playground where they show off their best work. Don't be surprised if Walk shows up on a host of end-of-year "Best" lists.
-Wildy's World

New York-based Red Rooster is the folk collective led by dynamic duo Jay Erickson (lead vocals) and Nat Zilkha (lead guitar) - lifelong friends who fashion plainly honest and self-reflective songs from fragments of their diverse musical influences and sensibilities. On their third release, WALK, Jay and Nat pull together a seamless album fashioned from country, bluegrass, folk, gospel, blues and hip-hop.

A lot has happened in the years since their critically acclaimed second album, DOSE, was released and it shows in their new tunes. After a successful tour in 2008 (including a breakout appearance at the Newport Folk Festival), the band went to work on WALK. Musically and lyrically their most mature work yet, the album is infused with Red Rooster's signature musical tension between the traditional and the modern. On WALK, Nat and Jay expose deeply personal meditations on a few of life's big defining and transitional events like the birth of a child (Five Tiny Fingers), following and losing the one great love (Time to Go) and failed relationships (Raining in Los Angeles).

Jay and Nat pulled Red Rooster together in New York city 10 years ago and have brought a wide array of musicians in to help create their urban country orchestra including electric guitars, drums, horns, fiddle, mandolin, banjo and DJs. The core group currently includes Susannah Hornsby (vocals and accordion), Andrew Green (banjo), Dave Gould (saxophone), Brandon Doyle (french horn), Lucas Ives (drums), Daniel Engelman (bass) and Pete Nilsson (keys).



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