The Reverberators | Almost Home

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Almost Home

by The Reverberators

Vocally driven rock 'n roll reminiscent of the great singing rock bands of the 60s and 70s - CSNY, The Beatles, The Eagles, the Band and so on!!
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Marionette
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2. Queen Marie
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3. Sea Breeze
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4. Been a Long Long Time
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5. River John
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6. Eternal Optimist
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7. That's the Real Reason
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8. Almost Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Reverberators is an Albany, NY based rock 'n roll band that plays original music with exquisite three and four part harmony vocals reminiscent of the great singing rock bands of the 60s and 70s. Stylistically, their compositions range through blues, ballads and rockabilly to straight-up rock and rhythm with a touch of calypso and county rock thrown in for good measure. Tight vocal harmony and poignant lyrical composition is the thread that binds it all together.

The REVERBERATORS first CD release, “What’s Shakin’?” was the band’s debut crack at getting their sound down in the studio. Their latest release, “Almost Home” represents a refinement of the band’s writing, arranging and performing style and is a good, representative example of the range and essence of this band.

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