Steven Palmer | Roots and Strings

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Roots and Strings

by Steven Palmer

Smooth vocals and guitar picking in the folk-roots vein with excellent guest musicians adding tasteful mandolin, dobro, and other stringed instruments.
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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1. When the Cold Winds Blow
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2. Jesus On Main Street
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3. The Gospel Ship
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4. Buckdancer's Choice
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5. Freight Train Boogie
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6. It's a Wonderful Night
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7. Haul Away
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8. Take a Ride With Me
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9. Let It Shine
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10. Blind Blake's Rag
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11. Hear Me Callin'
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12. Shady Grove
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13. The Water Is Wide (Duet)
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14. Welcome Back, Come On In
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15. The Water Is Wide (Solo)
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Album Notes
CD Review by Del Vezeau (Penguin Eggs): Roots and Strings- Steven Palmer, Independent
Roots and Strings has an interesting moniker on the front cover. It reads “Traditional and Original Music”. The artwork is simple, yet elegant; the back cover displays much the same way; his picture reveals a middle-aged guy who looks like he could sell oatmeal on television.
The music is as pleasant as the packaging. The performances are laid back and seamless; the material breathes. The vocals shine and the instrumentation is all-pro. Steve’s guitar playing is rock-solid and warm.
Positive mention should also go to Rain Coast Studio in Nanaimo, B.C. for their top-notch work. This fifteen song album is a real jewel and would make a fine gift for anyone with a pulse. Grab a copy for yourself while you’re at it!

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