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sonic scenery

by the bushpilots

Hi-octane roots rock with alt.country and americana influences.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Crash
5:15 album only
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2. Designer Life
4:44 album only
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3. Georgian Bay
3:21 album only
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4. Flagstaff
5:53 album only
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5. Mama Don't Go Downtown
3:28 album only
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6. Via Dolorosa
8:07 album only
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7. Halfway Lake
4:37 album only
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8. New Levels of Truth
6:44 album only
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9. Something's Got to Give
5:35 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sonic Scenery is a collection of nine original BushPilot songs that run the gamut from alt.country heartbreak ballads to hi octane rock and roll. Recorded and mixed by Juno nominated Dave Draves (Kathleen Edwards, The Skydiggers,Million Dollar Marxists)at Little Bullhorn Studios in Ottawa February and March 2005.
Guest appearances on the album include: Dave Draves on Piano and Organ; Maureen Hogan from the band Good2Go on vocals; and multi talented string guy Pat Robillard on pedal steel.

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REVIEWS

The Ottawa Sun
3 stars (out of 4)

The BushPilots deliver nine tracks of roots rock on their debut CD. The Neil Young-and Bruce Springsteen-influenced sound ranges from the rocky peak of Mama Don't Go Downtown to a more downbeat approach on the sparse opener Crash and Via Dolorosa.

The gritty music sounds best when the group puts the pedal down, and gets a definite boost from some robust keyboard thumping from producer Dave Draves.

-- Andrew Carver

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