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Time Machine

by Dave Sammarco Band

Americana Roots Music at Its Finest, featuring even amounts of Twang and Bang, with plenty of attitude to boot, this album smokes from start to finish. " No frills rock and roll, rooted in various themes of country and blues" Reminiscent of classic Petty
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Walk Away from You
3:43 album only
2. Paint the Mountains Red
3:51 album only
3. Country Man
3:33 album only
4. Fallen Angel
3:36 album only
5. Always Saying Goodbye
3:53 album only
6. Beverly
2:52 album only
7. Trying
3:50 album only
8. Wake Me up When the Hurtin's Over
2:17 album only
9. Soulmate
4:12 album only
10. Brand New Love
3:48 album only
11. Speaking Through the Wine
4:53 album only
12. Cigars and Whiskey
3:23 album only
13. Time Machine
3:50 album only


Album Notes
The Dave Sammarco Band CD, Time Machine has it all, Plenty of Rock and Plenty of Twang Sure to please both Rock and Country Music Fans. Sammarco writes songs on Subject matter that most everyone can relate to and identify with, and as he says, "They're all real Stories, and if they're not real, why bother"

Regarding Dave Sammarco Band Time Machine CD: "Roots Rock from a pro, if Country radio stations played more stuff like this, rockers would have a harder time snickering at them, I wanna go see these guys right now "
- Doctor X - The Noise Magazine - Boston MA

Regarding Dave Sammarco Band Time Machine CD:" Unlike most artists who have sought to break down the barriers of rock and twang. Dave Sammarco seems to succeed supremely. His engaging mix of the two otherwise distinct styles involves the common denominator of solid storytelling and plenty of guitars bolstering the catchy melodies.

If any CD were made for a Friday or Saturday nights ride around the City in your red convertible, or just to be played at some kicking house party, this is it. The more countryish songs twang in a delightful Bottle Rockets sort of way while the Rockers sound like Seger/Springsteen circa 1978. I other words fantastic." Scott Homewood/ Country Standard Time ...

This particular CD has more of a rock feel to it than his first one "Unless it's Yours"(which by the way, is pure down-home)yet still got enuff twang to it to appeal to all you Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt and Steve Earle Fanatics, you can just feel the Attitude and Angst in Sammarco's Powerful Vocals, as he Sings tunes about Getting out of the City, Fallen Angels, Cigars and Whiskey, Too many people saying goodbye, and what he'd do with a "Time Machine" if he had one.

All in all, there are some heavy hitters on this Album and whoever buys it will not be disappointed. Your hard earned dollars will be well spent on this one!

Also Check out his other CD, "Unless it's Yours" which still got a nice Country/Rock feel to it, yet is laced with Fiddle, Mandolin, Pedal Steel and such, sure to please all you hard Core Country Music Lovers.

Heres just a few Quotes on Dave Sammarco Band

"Dave Sammarco sings solid tunes in a Steve Earle-meets-the-Georgia Satellites vein, where has this Guy been hiding? Great Stuff " - Steve Morse - Boston Globe -

"One of the Areas most prolific and down to earth Songwriters, Check out his Fine new CD "Time Machine"
- Dana Westover - Booking Agent for Johnny D's - Somerville MA

"Very Rootsy Stuff, He's not trying to be Clint Black, rather it sounds like he's got that fed up Working-Mans Attitude, Definitely worth checking out"
- Rick Schettino - New England Performer Magazine



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