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Album Review

This is a solid effort by New Hampshire alt-country band Say Zuzu. The group plays an uplifting, non-ironic brand of Americana, and this live release is a great introduction to highlights from their first three albums. The effort kicks off with "Highway Signs," a rousing slice of roots rock from the group's first release, 1995's Highway Signs & Driving Songs. Other highlights include the wistful ballad "I Know Him Well," featuring nice backup harmonies and chiming guitar leads, and the crunchy straight-ahead rock of "The Farm." This rousing live performance is well worth a listen to any fan of the more rocking side of the No Depression camp (particularly fans of Whiskeytown).

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Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Portsmouth, NH, band Say Zuzu play a brand of lively, melodic roots rock that often gets lumped into the alt-country camp. In the mid-'90s, after having little commercial success in the U.S., the group suddenly found themselves with a healthy following in Italy. Apparently, Say Zuzu's 1995 album, Highway Signs & Driving Songs, had ended up in the hands of an editor of an Italian rock magazine (Milan's Buscadero). The editor became a huge fan of the group and gave them major press for Highway...
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Live, Say Zuzu
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Nov 30, 1999

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