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The Long Odds | Level Ground

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Level Ground

by The Long Odds

The Long Odds are a Minneapolis based Americana band rooted in classic country and folk rock with an inclination to explore non-traditional sounds. Influences include Wilco, Neil Young and Willie Nelson.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Pitch Black Portage
3:39 album only
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2. Lion Tamer
4:16 album only
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3. Lilac
3:44 album only
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4. From Here on Out
3:39 album only
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5. Paper Made
5:21 album only
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6. Hardly Made a Dent
4:51 album only
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7. Dish It Out
3:25 album only
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8. Whiskey Pills
3:31 album only
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9. Long Way Down
4:03 album only
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10. Walt Saw Ghosts
3:58 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Long Odds debut full length record "Level Ground" was recorded in October of 2016 at the renowned Pachyderm Studios in Cannon Falls, MN. Stylistically these ten songs cover a lot of ground while ultimately sharing a common thread. Rooted in classic country and folk rock "From Here on Out" and "Lilac" (featuring fiddle player Allie Kral of Yonder Mountain String Band) offer upbeat traditional Americana sounds. As the listener moves through the record, songs like "Hardly Made a Dent" and "Walt Saw Ghosts" will showcase the exploratory side of the band. This first effort from The Long Odds reveals a broad palette within the Americana umbrella that will likely leave the listener wondering what might be coming next.

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