11 Songs, 37 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
18 Ratings
18 Ratings

Bob Dylan meets Dave Matthews meets Mumford & Sons

The Snow Dog98

This album is incredible!! Such a shame they aren't as well known as some other bands out there.. They deserve some credit for blending together some of the most haunting melodies, foot-stomping grooves, and all-together some great music!! Only their 2nd album (first was last 90's) so it's been awhile, and when I heard they had a new one out I had to check it out!!

If you like Bob Dylan, Dave Matthews, Mumford & Sons etc.. then you will LOVE this band!! Check out their first album "Anybody Out There" as well,

Saw these guys open for Audio Adrenaline many years back and they were fascinating!



I was blown away by Burlap to Cashmere's latest release. It's a little more mellow than their first release. However, the lyrics are way, way more mature.

If you ever get a chance to see this band live, don't miss out.

70's music lovers only.


I'm really sad about this...I literally wore out the first Burlap to Cashmere cd. After waiting years for this new offering, I was so disappointed to download it only to find I was listening to 70's music.

About Burlap to Cashmere

The alternative CCM group Burlap to Cashmere are led by the Brooklyn-based vocal/guitar duo of cousins John Philippides and Steven Delopoulus. Discovered by manager Jamison Ernest while performing in a New Jersey coffeehouse, the duo soon assembled Burlap to Cashmere, recruiting guitarist Mike Ernest, bassist Roby Guarnera, keyboardist Josh Zandman, drummer Theodore Pagano, and percussionist Scott Barksdale; drawing on a vast range of folk and world music influences, they soon began appearing at New York venues including the Bottom Line, Irving Plaza, and Tramps, and also built a national cult following on the strength of their extensive tour schedule. After independently issuing a live record in 1997, the following year Burlap to Cashmere signed with A&M to release their major-label debut, Anybody Out There? The band's sophomore self-titled album, featuring the single "Build a Wall," appeared in 2011. ~ Jason Ankeny

Brooklyn, NY