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Album: Eastmountainsouth
Wednesday, 2003 October 8 - 9:57 pm
This folk group combines pop, folk, country, Celtic, and bluegrass sounds with silky-smooth vocal harmonies, to make for a very compelling and listenable album.

Eastmountainsouth is a group I first heard, of all places, on an American Airlines flight coming back from Japan. I was intrigued, though, and I bought the CD. I was amazed to find that just about all of the songs are worth listening to, and some of them are simply outstanding. Kat Maslich and Peter Adams have terrific voices that blend together seamlessly. It's hard to pick a favorite track, but I have to say that "Hard Times" gives me a chill when I listen to it.

The music will sound like something you've heard before, but you won't be able to quite put your finger on it. The lyrics will move you with their heartfelt simplicity. If you're like me, you'll just leave this CD playing over and over, and find that you completely understand the songs even if you can't remember any of the lyrics a minute later.

CD rating: 5/5
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