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Music You Don't Know You Like Yet

Don Gallardo

Hickory

2016-11-28

Anytime you have Randall Bramlett on an album with you playing some Saxophone you know there it is going to be a decent album. Definitely some good musicianship going on with this, and i love how he payed homage to Levon Helm with "Ophelia, We Cry(Ode To Levon Helm)" on track 7. Has a southern picking feel to it for sure, with a taste of blues thrown in there. Hard to pin who they sound like. I really liked tracks 2, 7, 11, and 12 the most on the album.

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