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Suttree- In Ill Repair 7" ~W/ GREG OF OBLIVIANS / REIGNING SOUND!

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Suttree- In Ill Repair 7".  Here it is, the 2nd 7" from this Asheville, NC seven-piece ensemble who play deep and reflective psychedelic-folk tunes, with banjo, tambourine and slide guitar working to give them a definite backwoods Appalachia vibe. Two songs on this, with excellent male/female vocal interplay with a haunted and creepily rural vibe throughout. Features ex members of The Labiators, who released a great 2x7" a while back, and some of them have played with Don Howland in Burning Bush. A killer two songer produced by Asheville transplant Greg Cartwright of the Oblivians and Reigning Sound. Greg also plays Tambourine on the first A Side and twangy slide guitar on the B Side.  

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