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Songs From The Stoop

The Brothers Comatose

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Depth & Sincerity

This wonderful production of music is truly amazing. The band carries an amazing amount of depth & character in this pristine effort. The stand up bass maintains the foundation of the band at the same time it resides ever so carefully so as not to compromise the complexity of the variety of instruments. Banjo, Accoustic Guitar, Mandolin & Phiddle blend together ever so sincerely. Lyrically, the efforts of these writers is truly hearwarming. "Dead Flowers" for example pulls out all the emotion necessary to make the listener feel just a hint of pain. Then at the same time "Pine Box" is captivatingly frightening. On the more jovial side is "Trippin' On Down" as an introduction to this fine album with bass & phiddle grabbing & holding the listener at a keen attention. I have been recommending this record to all my friends. Not to mention catching up with them on tour. I first saw The Brothers Comatose at Lagunitas Brewing Company in Petaluma, Ca & was an immediate fan. I am so excited to finally get this full length album. Hope all will enjoy this as much as I am.

Americana at its best!!!

Wonderful freshman effort from this amazing quintet. Blue grass line up but not so stuck in the format. Soulful but not cheesy. Talented but not glamourous. This album makes you feel like your in a small living room watching some good friends jam. All music should be this original and organic. This is what people tired of over polished, soulless, image driven music have been looking for. If you don't want to grow a beard, get some flannel and start drinking corn mash liquor after you hear this album then your crazy!

Things you hear while drinking at a bar....

I heard these guys for the first time warming up @ Moe's Alley in Santa Cruz while grabbing a brew after work... DAMN-IT! The sound check for "Roots" shook my soul! Solid musicians, great sound...

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