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No Place Like Home

by Rolling Hayseeds

No 'No-Depression' style alternative country
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It's Starting To Show
4:22 $0.99
2. Wide Awake
2:42 $0.99
3. Woolly Thinking
4:00 $0.99
4. When It's Time To Stop
3:53 $0.99
5. Guess Who's Lying?
3:54 $0.99
6. I'm Thru
1:00 $0.99
7. Fat Chance
5:35 $0.99
8. If I Were More Like You
3:15 $0.99
9. Home Sweet Home(Revisited)
5:45 $0.99
10. (Just To)Satisfy You
3:41 $0.99
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Album Notes
Produced by George Manney

Featuring Rich Kaufmann and Kevin Karg with Mark
Tucker, Mike Frank, Jon Kelsey. Dorthea Haug, Rocco Notte, and George Manney

"Before there was an aty-country/bluegrass movement in Philly-hell,before the term alt-country was invented-there were the Rolling Hayseeds."
Brian Howard-Philadelphia City Paper 12/99

"On(No Place Like Home)...Kaufmann makes an assured pop play with the sublime 'It's Starting To Show' and the smart,snappy'Guess Who's Lying?'. And multi-instrumentalist Karg displays an arsenal of Waylon Jennings tough-country moves, shown to best effect on the elaborate. muscular 'Fat Chance.'
Dan DeLuca-Philadelphia Inquirer 10/99

"...with efforts this fine,they might still make the city-and possibly the world-sit up and take notice."
Ramsey Pennypacker-Philadelphia Weekly 12/99

"Anchored by Kaufmann's uncanney Top-40 instincts,Karg's best singing(see Woolly Thinking) and songs(see 'Fat Chance',Another Day')yet, and a bracing,windswept rendition of' Home Sweet Home' (Revisited), the album feels less like a fussed-over epitaph than a wide open stab at a new beginning-as it should."
Hobart Rowland-Philadelphia Weekly 10/99

"Kaufmann, along with fellow frontman Kevin Karg fuse their reckless sense of despair with rollicking tunes and carefully -crafted tunes."
Rachel Leibrock-Country Standard Time 2/00

"...this review is going to basically concentrate on one song-the magnificient opening 'Its Starting to Show'...it's tough to get past the sheer brilliance of that first track."
Kevin Mathews Power of Pop.com 6/00

"Manly voices,guitars played at the bottom of the neck,a strong touch of soul,a nod to 70's country-pop,and even a lap steel break that sounds like a tribute to Red Rhodes.All major plusses."
Chris Nickson-Folk Roots Mag(UK)

"The showpiece of 'No Place Like Home' though, is the extraordinary opener, 'It's Starting to Show.' With the aid of ex-A's honcho Rocco Notte (on organ, Moog, and chicken-skin harmonica), the Rolling Hayseeds build a lush,countrified power-pop anthem that would have been a jewel for Jules Shear's late, lamented Polar Bears."
Jim Musser-No Depression 4/00



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William Spanky

oh well i feel like i really loved it. i feel like i was a hayseed myself. truly
Oh man...my feelings on THE ROLLING HAYSEEDS... I dont even know how to start this off...if i put down all of my feelings on THIS CD it would take pages..or rather BOOKS. NOVELS. it was really and truly an awesome musical encounter. When i heard the first song, my heart kind of stopped.. then it started pumping to the music. Bop bam bam bop. Every note in each song has its own sound. I felt like each note had its own personality. Each one spoke to me in its own special way. I went through the whole CD without stopping. I was struck with beat. i danced, i pranced,i moved, i swayed, and grooved. i nodded my head, i snapped my fingers, tapped my foot. EVERYTHING. i couldn't believe i could become so in love with music. i thought the only thing i could really LOVE, was my darling wife, Kristina, but after i listened to this cd, my mind changed COMPLETELY. oh WOW. i don't think anything like this has ever happened to me... believe me. -William Spanky


Awesome collection of songs
Hard to know where to begin....each song really has it's own personality. Great lyrics, great tunes, an all around great CD you can listen to over and over and not get tired of it. I love the marimba and steel guitar on "When It's Time to Stop". A first class production all the way.
Favorite tracks(although it's really hard to choose!)..."It's Starting to Show", "Wide Awake", and "Guess Who's Lying?"