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Somewhere Between

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It's Raining the Blues
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That's How I Got to Memphis
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These Old Blues
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Nothing Ever Turns Out Right
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Lonesome Feelin
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Somewhere Between
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Edinburgh
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I Need You Lord
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Love At First Light
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Don't Be Gone
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Rock of Ages
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Jesus Sure Changed MeÊ
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 33:29

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If you like Dan Tyminski and NickelCreek..

CEESTYLEDJ

Great Sounding modern bluegrass. A little more conserative then nickelcreek but more modern then Dan Tyminski. A little inbetween. Check out their version of Thomas T. Hall's "That's how I got to Memphis" Smooth sound.

They Say All Music Guide

Newfound Road specializes in modern but traditional-sounding bluegrass; most of the songs on the band’s second album are relatively recent compositions, but all except one of them is played in a straight-up old-school style, with astringent vocal harmonies and hard-charging instrumental muscle. (The exception is a more country-flavored version of Tom T. Hall’s regretful love ballad “That’s How I Got to Memphis,” which replaces the banjo with a second guitar.) The program isn’t exactly groundbreaking, but it offers quite a few undeniably powerful performances — highlights include the swinging and jazzy “Nothin’ Ever Turns Out Right,” a fine instrumental titled “Edinburgh” credited to lead singer Tim Shelton, and an excellent a cappella arrangement of the classic hymn “Rock of Ages.” The album ends powerfully with a barnburning gospel number titled “Jesus Sure Changed Me.” The missteps are minor, and none are particularly serious; “Somewhere Between” and “I Need You Lord” are both a bit maudlin even by gospel standards, and “Lonesome Feelin’” feels a bit like filler. Recommended overall. – Rick Anderson

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