The Sweet Lowdown | Chasing the Sun

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Chasing the Sun

by The Sweet Lowdown

Blending traditional old time instrumentation and three-part vocal harmonies with original songs and instrumentals, The Sweet Lowdown create a sound that is both unique and timeless.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. River Winding Down
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2. Fallout
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3. Chasing the Sun
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4. The Birds & the Bees
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5. April 29th
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6. You Can Find the North
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7. Bunching Up the Sheets
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8. Road Song
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9. Leaving
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10. Hell Flu Jig / Margaret's Jig / Brokedown Breakdown
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11. The Rain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Chasing The Sun is the third album by Victoria BC's The Sweet Lowdown (Amanda Blied-guitar, Shanti Bremer-banjo, and Miriam Sonstenes-fiddle). Recorded on Mayne Island, BC the album consists of 11 original songs and instrumentals, inspired by the trio's travels together over the past several years--the people, places, and landscapes experienced through music. For more info, please visit www.thesweetlowdown.ca.

“Harmonies to die for, fabulous playing, great original material.” -Ian Anderson, fRoots Magazine (UK)

“Whatever the X factor is that makes for a standout… Canada’s The Sweet Lowdown undoubtedly have it in spades.” -Jeremy Searle, R2 Magazine (UK)

“…they make some of the sweetest bluegrass and old-time music this side [and the other side] of The Great Divide.” -Peter Cowley, Fatea Magazine (UK)

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