The California Honeydrops | Call It Home

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Call It Home

by The California Honeydrops

Old school bay area soul over a horn drenched New Orleans street beat, served up hot with a side of down home blues and lyrics to pull your heart strings, lift your spirits, and put your body in motion.
Genre: Blues: New Orleans Blues
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This album, like this band and its members, cannot be put in a box. Though very much 'of this time', the music and stories on this album take you through many eras, places and points of view. Some songs might find you reminiscing, cruising your old neighborhood on a sunny day with a full orchestra pouring out of the stereo. Then suddenly you hear tambourines and voices pouring out of a storefront church. You may find yourself sweating out a weeks work on the dance floor at a house party or just singing round a campfire with a guitar and washboard. You might find yourself taken from a street parade surrounded by mournful horns, to gazing up at the starry sky contemplating your place in the universe, all in a single song. There are many journeys and emotions awaiting the listener on Call it Home. You never know where the Honeydrops will take you, but where ever you end up, you'll want to dance.

This album is the work of people that spend their whole lives on the road playing music. They play in all sorts of music in all sorts of places for all kinds of people, from big cities to small towns, from barns to theaters for audiences young and old, hip and unhip. They love all kinds of music and don't feel the need to package a particular sound for the radio. Sometimes they dress up sharp, sometimes they perform naked. Clothed or unclothed they always love to make people dance. They believe the purpose of music is celebration, healing, and spreading love and joy.

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