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Green Rock River Band – ‘Edgelands’ Review

2 May 2018 CD Reviews news


Green Rock River Band
Edgelands
Self-released
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Following up on their debut album in style

Green Rock River Band were very much in demand after the release of their debut album in 2014, ‘Rhinceros’, and there has been a great deal of anticipation ahead of this release. While the album is only eight tracks in length, this album is very much a case of quality over quantity, as every song that lies on this album packs a punch. The band is far from your ordinary country band, and the group revel in this – and indeed, demonstrate that musically. The band utilise guitar, banjo, washboard, trombone, trumpet, fiddle, bass and drums for ‘Edgelands’, complete with some exceptional vocal harmonies. ‘King of the Edgelands’ is perhaps the standout track on this well-produced album, which is a track that will resonate perfectly with country music fans of a certain age, and really is a lovely track that is certain to stand the test of time.

Rob Ramsey

www.greenrockriverband.com


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