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The Goodbye Girls | Snowy Side of the Mountain

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Snowy Side of the Mountain

by The Goodbye Girls

Genre: Folk: String Band
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Snowy Side of the Mountain
3:12 album only
2. I've Always Been a Rambler
3:28 album only
3. Rain & Snow
4:35 album only
4. Hstrusk
4:21 album only
5. Little Black Train
3:27 album only
6. Goodbye Girls, I'm Going to Boston
3:24 album only
7. Little Maggie
3:49 album only
8. Pisew Falls
3:54 album only
9. No Sir, No
3:42 album only
10. Graveyard
2:49 album only
11. Going up to Hamburg
2:30 album only
12. Pretty Little Girl
2:57 album only
13. Black Eyed Suzie
3:26 album only
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Classic new old-time traditional modern music
The Goodbye Girls are: Molly Tuttle, guitar & lead vocals; Lena Jonsson, fiddle & vocals; Brittany Karlson, bass & vocals; and Allison De Groot, banjo. Check them out on youtube playing as a quartet or individually in their other projects. Molly has one of the finest, most distinctive, voices in music and has a growing reputation as an accomplished flatpick guitarist. She can also dazzle an audience playing clawhammer banjo or guitar . Allison De Groot has been turning heads in her trio with Bruce Molsky, Molsky’s Mountain Drifters, as well as her playing and songwriting (Snowy Side of the Mountain, Pisew Falls on this CD). Lena Jonsson brings a handcrafted Swedish tune to this CD, not surprising because she’s in at least three groups in her native Sweden, playing everything from electric hard rock to traditional Swedish dance music. You should also know that she’s most excellent when she’s playing old time traditional American music and bluegrass and has toured and recorded as a duo with Brittany Haas (Crooked Still, Prairie Home Companion, Dave Rawlings Machine, etc.) Brittany Karlson, takes a turn on vocals, one each on this CD and the Goodbye Girls EP; her down to earth delivery on old-time songs makes you stop and listen carefully. She and her bass fit right in with this incredible line-up. Whether it’s Alison’s original instrumentals or Molly’s take on an old time classic like Rain and Snow, or the whole band picking and fiddling a breathtaking version of a traditional tune, you’ll find favorites to listen to over and over again. Or probably you’ll just listen to the whole CD repeatedly.