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Conference

by Sand Machine

Music that is both the forest and the trees.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. It's Gettin' Late
2:43 album only
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2. Noly-noly Crimbellum
4:03 album only
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3. Call Me Elvis Now
5:17 album only
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4. If You Won't Feed Me
5:29 album only
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5. Out of Place
3:06 album only
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6. Put A Brave Face On
2:52 album only
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7. Let the Demons Die
2:55 album only
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8. Dance and Drink Wine
4:22 album only
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9. Noah's Canon
2:55 album only
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10. The Ship
4:28 album only
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11. Eagle's Eye
4:18 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Some people dubbed a radio they had been bringing to the beach for many years "Sand Machine" because it was filled with sand, yet it still worked. Inspired by its persistence and dedication to music, they named their band after it. That is the creation myth of Sand Machine.

Since then the band has busied itself with creating infective melody lines and harmony arrangements reminiscent of the British invasion overlaying bucolic American roots rock. Encompassing social commentary, story-telling, emotional revelation, and a touch of wry, Sand Machine purports to be both the forest and the trees. Besides playing consistently in Boston and other parts of New England, they also play NYC, Pittsburgh, Nashville, etc. Sand Machine is releasing a new album in 2009.

Jay Hepburn - vocals, guitar, harmonica
Dave Hepburn - vocals, drums, percussion
Jeremy Bates - guitar, vocals
Noah Scanlan - bass, banjo, mandolin

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