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Natural Child – Dancing’ With Wolves (2014)

18-02-2014, 16:36
Music | Country | Rock

Natural Child – Dancing’ With Wolves (2014)

Artist: Natural Child
Title Of Album: Dancing’ With Wolves
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Burger Records
Genre: Rock, Americana
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 39:39 Min
Total Size: 101 Mb


1. Out in the County
2. Don't The Time Pass Quickly
3. Country Hippie Blues
4. Firewater Liquor
5. Bailando Con Lobos
6. Saturday Night Blues
7. Rounder
8. I'm Gonna Try
9. Nashville's A Groovy Little Town
10. Dancin' With Wolves

Nashville's only sons, Natural Child, are back with a brand spankin' new long player called Dancin' With Wolves (out Feb. 25, 2014 on Burger Records). SPIN premiered the first track, "Saturday Night Blues," from Dancin' With Wolves earlier this month. This is rock 'n roll as God intended. Nothing is safe - consumer culture, race, sex, devil weed and life as a grown ass man. Natty Child brings it to you straight and never watered down. Here's a band that has refined and developed rhythm and blues, psychedelia and country into the major elements that make rock and roll distinctive. They've summoned the influence of acts such as The Rolling Stones, Canned Heat, Willie Nelson, JJ Cale and Waylon Jennings. Their peers have seen and heard the natural truth. Everyone from The Black Lips to The Strange Boys and Gap Dream to White Fang has covered Natural Child. Never ones to settle or rest on their laurels, Natural Child added pedal steel and Wurlitzer into the mix for Dancin' With Wolves. Early next year, Natural Child will take their expanded lineup on the road with fellow rock outlaws Futurebirds. A lot of bands can rock but only Natural Child knows how to roll.

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