MP3 The Harvest Quinn Band - Train Tracks On The River's Edge
Alternative folk served with lively and lush lead guitar, assorted acoustic sounds, a dash of overdrive, a helping of introspective lyrics, and a generous side of reverb.
5 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Alternative Folk, ROCK: Folk Rock
Formed circa May 2002, The Harvest Quinn Band is excited to bring its brand of lively, yet pensive, alternative folk to the CD Baby community and beyond. While listening, you may just pick up your backpack and catch a train headed nowhere in particular.
Train Tracks On The River’s Edge was recorded, produced, and mixed in a home "studio" on a very small budget. As a result, the album has a raw feel at times, so no bells and whistles here. No bassoons, trumpets, or cellos either. Basic acoustic guitar, a mixture of energetic and contemplative solos, the occasional piano, and introspective lyrics drive the drumless alternative folk songs. Others have described the sound as wistful but warm. Don’t want to take anyone else’s word for it? Listen for yourself. If you truly like the songs, please recommend them to your friends. If you don’t like them, please recommend them to your enemies. I think that’s a win-win. Cheers.
(Lyrics are available at The Harvest Quinn Band’s official site. Simply follow the link on this page)
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