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Album Review

Singer/songwriter Dale Duncan broadens his territory on his second rural, country-rock, post-Flying Color expedition. Plenty of trusty twang pops in on songs like "Hilltop" (thanks to Tom Heyman's stringed instruments) and "I Still Need It" (with its punchy horn section). Duncan returns to his R.E.M.-ish/Byrdsy roots on "Hard to Find" and also sneaks in the subdued sound of his beloved Neil Young on songs like "Adiosote" and "How Long?" A cover of Fred Neil's "Little Bit of Rain" is in keeping with the Map's heartbreak/homegrown esthetic. Heyman, (formerly of Go to Blazes) and Larry Dekker (formerly of Translator) join Duncan and multi-instrumentalist Chris von Sneidern in the roots rock framework; Ralph Carney sits in on woodwinds.


Formed: 1997

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

San Francisco twang-pop combo Map of Wyoming reunited singer/guitarist Dale Duncan, guitarist/keyboardist Chris von Sneidern and drummer John Stuart, who previously teamed in the cult-favorite jangle-pop band Flying Color. After a seven-year hiatus from the music business, Duncan formed Map of Wyoming in 1997, adding ex-Translator bassist Larry Dekker and Go to Blazes guitarist...
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