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Album Review

An excellent and often amusing bluegrass set that goes around some unusual and fascinating corners, starting with the title track, an excellent rendition of the Cream song. The cover of Paul Simon's "The Boy in the Bubble" isn't quite as successful, but it's a noble attempt well in keeping with the superior performances to be found on this album. Definitely not your average bluegrass band, and definitely worth checking out.

Customer Reviews

Great group!

This is a fantastic bluegrass band. I learned about them in the 1980's. Their version of White Room is excellent. "Convicts" is a great song, with beautiful vocal harmonies. If you like bluegrass with a twist, this group is for you. I only wish that some of their earlier albums were available.

Biography

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

An outgrowth of informal picking sessions, the Cache Valley Drifters continue to bring a modern outlook to bluegrass and country music. Although they disbanded for more than a decade, between 1979 and 1992, the group has been steadily making up for lost time. Their performances are as likely to include bluegrass-ized interpretations of songs by Paul Simon, Leon Russell, and Cream as they are to feature tunes by the late country folksinger Kate Wolf or traditional hill country material. The Cache...
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