The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers | Ocooch Mountain Home

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Ocooch Mountain Home

by The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers

A brand-new take on old-time country--the second release from this charming fiddle/guitar/vocal duo.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Get a Good Grip On My Heart
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2. The Broke (Ass) Waltz
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3. Ghost of the St. Louis Blues
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4. Toothbrush Ho-Down
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5. Medalla de Dios
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6. Ballad of Will Wing
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7. The Crazy Rag
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8. Kiss Away
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9. Beneath a Neon Star in a Honky-Tonk
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10. Patt and Otto's Waltz
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11. Ocooch Mountain Home
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12. The Goodbye Polka
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A Brand-New Take on Old-Time Country

“…clever, charming, perfectly executed, and last but not least, really funny…” (Klutch Chronicle)

Welcome to the Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker's second CD of old-time country for a brand-new age. The Sapsuckers are an old-time and country duo based in southwestern Wisconsin--the Ocooch Mountains that give this disc its title. They are Nikki Grossman, (guitar, vocals, fiddle) and Joe Hart (guitar, vocals), and they've built a following stretching across the Midwest for their lively and charming stage show and their stellar musicianship and songwriting.

"Ocooch Mountain Home" was recorded in a 125-year-old church (now a performing arts center) by engineer Tom Herbers (Trampled by Turtles, Low, Charlie Parr, Ben Weaver) on one-inch analog tape. The disc captures the qualities that endear the Sapsuckers to its audiences, as well as the warm, live, acoustic quality of the room.

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