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Old school soul, new school vibe . . .

I've probably listened to this album 10 times all the way through, and it keeps getting better. There are several standouts -- the soulful title track, the rollicking, minor-chord driven "Ready for Times to get Better" and the outlaw inspired, honky-tonking "One More Shot," especially. I dare you to listen to "Red Headed Girl" and not tap your toes along with walking bass and scratching guitar. Whether your tastes run more to indie-rock, REAL country music or singer-songwriter storytelling, this album is sure to make your regular rotation.

Call some friends, fill the cooler with cold beer, fire up the grill and put India Ramey's Junkyard Angel on the stereo . . . I guarantee a good time will ensue!

A Story to Tell

Magnificent!!! It opens with a crackly record and then the guitar and harmonica come crashing down like a waterfall to signal the theme song of inner strength and resurrection. "One More Shot" then gets the party started as a classic, old school honky tonk song. The record then turns bluegrass with a sweet story of romance, followed by a song of want and longing coupled perfectly with steel guitar. The first side ends with sarcasm, wit, and some of the best vocals of the album on "I Hope Your Happy" and the experimental country reggae of "Fools Paradise".

A beautiful interlude ties the two sides together (and actually ends the CD too) but the second side turns dark with lots of minor chords. I dare you not to be moved on "Don't Tell Me It Was Just the Whiskey" and "Not Going to Hurt Me" is a dirty southern blues song where India's vocals crash the stratosphere. The album concludes on a high note with the Urban Cowboy inspired "Luckiest Girl" and the aptly titled "Shows Over" and it's layered meaning.

Beautiful arrangements, spectacular vocals, and great songwriting mark not only a magnificent debut but a magnificent album for the ages. A rarity in today's world of singles and EPs.

My Ap Literature teacher is in this band.

Freaking amazing.

Junkyard Angel, India Ramey
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