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The Visit

by Sleepyhead

J.S. Bach goes to a party at Bill Monroe's house to discuss the future of the planet when in walks Joni Mitchell on the arm of steel guitar avatar Buddy Emmons.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. The Visit
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2. One To Plow, One To Sow
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3. Perfect Blue
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4. A Dry Year
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5. Judgement Day
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6. War
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7. Gram In Her Chair
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8. Puffery And Poop
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9. The Golden Child
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10. Gone Fishing
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11. Goodbye
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12. Through The Stars
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sleepyhead is a band rooted in the hills and hollows of Appalachia but not confined by them. In an aural atmosphere dominated by unique and original pedal steel guitar playing and homespun piano but which also includes banjo, electric guitar and sampled sounds is told a tale of angels and devils, a celestial yarn stretching from deep space, through a small Ohio town into the darkest heart of humanity. The angelic singing of Mimi Hart, who has recorded and performed with the Allman Brothers, and the powerful vocals and imaginative voices of J.D. Hutchison, illustrious S.E. Ohio songwriter and raconteur complete this "intense and inventive" musical offering.

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compelling,provocative,insightful
deLaval makes a profound and compelling statement,hinting at inspiring and mysterious possibilities,also nice piano and pedal steel playing.
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