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Caribou Mountain Collective - Went Down With The Sun (2015)

25-08-2015, 01:01
Music | Folk | Country



Caribou Mountain Collective - Went Down With The Sun (2015)

Artist: Caribou Mountain Collective
Title Of Album: Went Down With The Sun
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Folk/Bluegrass
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 45:18
Total Size: 105 MB

Tracklist:
1. Big Bill's Gang (3:26)
2. Love Across The Line (4:10)
3. John Lewis (3:32)
4. Hobo Man (4:50)
5. Dreams (4:51)
6. Mountain Girl (3:37)
7. Long Gone (3:52)
8. Belle Of The Ball (3:25)
9. Fort Macon (2:56)
10. One More Round (4:53)
11. Ain't The Same (3:02)
12. Ramblin Woman (2:38)

When a band uses the modifier “Colorado” to describe their style of bluegrass, it immediately conjures a laid-back, loose and jammy sub-genre, far to the left of traditional bluegrass. Sure, the state is home to RockyGrass and is responsible for birthing conventional bluegrassers like High Plains Tradition and Bluegrass Patriots. But to many, “Colorado bluegrass” means bands like Leftover Salmon, Yonder Mountain String Band and The Infamous Stringdusters.

So when a band from Nederland, Colo. — especially one from Ned — says that it plays “Appalachia and Colorado bluegrass,” it’s not absurd to assume that they’d be heavy on the Colorado side of things.

But Caribou Mountain Collective, a band that in 2012 grew out of the open bluegrass picks in Ned., has made it seem almost effortless to keep one foot on the traditional side of the fence, and the other dirty bare foot in the grassy hills of the high country.

Half of the new album’s songs have been kicking around Caribou’s live repertoire for some time while some others are just now being unveiled since the record was released. But Perry explained that the new songs will get their own leg soon enough, because no matter how traditional or jammy the tune, Caribou Mountain Collective certainly works on music with a Colorado state of mind. “So I write songs, usually at my house,” he said, “and then I try to give them to everybody with a totally open mind to say let’s make this a Caribou song and they just, well, yeah…”





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