Uncle Earl - Waterloo, Tennessee FLAC album
Album · 2007 · 16 Songs.
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Waterloo, Tennessee albümünü ve albüme ait şarkıları bu sayfada görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Ayrıca Uncle Earl şarkıcısına ait diğer albümleri de görebilirsiniz.
Complete your Uncle Earl collection. Uncle Earl – Waterloo, Tennessee. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Rounder 11661-0577-2. Waterloo, Tennessee (CD, Album).
Uncle Earl is an American old-time music group, formed in 2000 by KC Groves and Jo Serrapere. They have released three albums and two EPs, and their fifth album Waterloo, Tennessee was produced by John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin. Uncle Earl in 2007; from left to right: Rayna Gellert, Abigail Washburn, KC Groves and Kristin Andreassen. But we are fans of Earl Scruggs, Steve Earle, and Uncle Tupelo. It did come up in our discussion that there's some important Earls in this business.
Wish I Had My Time Again. Bony On The Isle Of St. Helena. Streak O' Lean, Streak O' Fat. D & P Blues. The Birds Were Singing Of You. Wallflower. Easy In The Early ('Til Sundown). They are an all-women-band and often they refer to themselves as the g'Earls. Their fans have also been nicknamed as g'Earlfriends.
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Waterloo, Tennessee (Rounder). Waterloo, Tennessee (Rounder). Originally begun as a project of . Groves and Jo Serrapere in 1999, Uncle Earl has since congealed into a female bluegrass supergroup around Groves, Kristin Andreassen, Rayna Gellert, and Abigail Washburn. Like 2005's She Waits for Night, the g'Earls' latest seamlessly weaves original string tunes and old-time ballads, reveling as much in archiving as progressing the tradition. With Waterloo, Tennessee, the g'Earls have found a home. More Phases & Stages.
Though much of Waterloo, Tennessee's appeal is in its diversity and deviation from expectation, the ability of Uncle Earl's members to prove faithful and successful torchbearers in their approach to the hallmarks of their chosen genre should definitely not be overlooked. The vocal collaboration between the quartet's members is clearly one of the record's selling points, and while each takes turns providing strong leads, it is in tandem where the group's vocals shine strongest. For the many glowing positives attributable to the members of Uncle Earl, a few underwhelming factors tarnish what is an otherwise excellent album. While the group's aspiration to create outside a circumscribed set of conventions is laudable, a few of the "outside the box" tracks included on the album serve to simply distract from the record's most interesting material.