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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. PTB (4:52)
2. Road Rash Blues (4:50)
3. Clifford (4:54)
4. Crunch Berries (6:16)
5. Anxious Summer (3:45)
6. Lake Jam #2 (5:07)
7. Hella (6:15)
8. Little Animal (11:14)
9. The Truffle Shuffle (7:25)

Total Time 54:38

Line-up / Musicians

- Mike Welsh / guitar
- Daniel Stevenson / guitar, vocals
- John Hargett -drums, vocals
- Jonathon Sale / bass
- Chris Pope / keys
- Nic Pressley / trumpet
Coleman Christopher (7)
Cameron Cook (9)

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Self-Released CD/Digital

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UNAKA PRONG Margot ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(78%)
Good, but non-essential (22%)
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Review by BrufordFreak
COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars A fascinating journey through funky, bluesy, jazzy, yet progressive rock music from Boone, North Carolina. Trumpeter Nic Pressley is so fun to listen to! And I love how the rest of the instruments are recorded to sound as if you are among them, on stage. Awesome! Chris Pope's vintage keyboards are gorgeous and always up front and center. The vocals are awesome and hilarious in a kind of Robert Wyatt way. The dual guitars of Mike Welsh and Daniel Stevenson are so nicely constructed--as if Paul Weller was playing with Radiohead or . . . Paul Weller! The drums are recorded so warmly that you might as well be sitting in drummer John Hargett's lap.

Favorite tracks: 4. "Crunch Berries" (6:16) (10/10); 2. "Clifford" (4:54) (9/10); 7. "Hella (for Coleman Christopher)" (6:15) with its rap (9/10); the jazzy instrumental opener, 1. "PTB" (4:52) (9/10); the hilarious and memorable ALLMAN BROTHERS-like "Road Rash Blues" (4:50) (8/10); the awesome Canterbury styled epic, 8. "Little Animal" (11:14) (10/10); the STYLE COUNCIL-like jazz funk of the instrumental 9. "The Truffle Shuffle (featuring Cameron Cook)" (7:35) (8/10); 5. "Anxious Summer" (3:45) (8/10).

A very solid 4.5 star effort for this group of newbies; a near-masterpiece of eclectic/crossover progressive rock music. One of the great things about this album is that it's a real grower: it gets fresher and more fun with each and every listen. I can't wait to hear how what direction(s) they choose to develop.

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