The Modern Grass | City Ghosts

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City Ghosts

by The Modern Grass

The highly anticipated follow up to their award winning High on the Mountain. Featuring fresh songs + some very special guest appearances. Heartfelt and roadworn songs + blues, bluegrass, folk & Jazz - Modern Grassified.
Genre: Country: Progressive Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. City Ghosts
3:11 album only
2. Cold Home
3:40 album only
3. Cannonball Blues
3:17 album only
4. Ghost At the Wheel
3:30 album only
5. Rabbit Hole
2:59 album only
6. Rambo
4:19 album only
7. The Way I Feel
4:35 album only
8. Gold River
2:31 album only
9. Bird in a Frame
3:56 album only
10. Jerusalem Ridge / Scotland
6:36 album only
11. Gambler's Waltz
4:07 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Recorded live off the floor in two days at CBC Studio H and produced by the legendary Karl Falkenham with Tom Terrell, City Ghosts is a reminder of the Modern Grass's dynamic nature and their extraordinary ability to navigate space, time and a plethura of musical genres, uninterrupted. 'City Ghosts' features Rose Cousins and Jennah Barry on harmony vocals as well as Joe Walsh (formerly of The Gibson Brothers) on Mandolin and Wes Corbett (Joy Kills Sorrow) on Banjo.

The Modern Grass continue to emphasize the importance of contrast both musically and lyrically. Hard driving bluegrass flows into tender ballads, groovy blues, and dramatic instrumentals. Accompanied by earnest social commentary, introspective songs of love and loss, and raw poetry; City Ghosts is modern and nostalgic, refined yet organic, chaotic but soothing.

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