Carry Me Home

by The Dustbowl Revival

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    Released April 18, 2013. "Carry Me Home" is a celebration of American songcraft recorded by over 25 members of The Dustbowl Revival consortium of folk, jazz, bluegrass and swing music makers. Recorded at Crown City Studios, Pasadena.

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The spirit of the West is alive and well in the music of Venice, CA-based roots music collective. Their much anticipated new full length "Carry Me Home" is a celebration of American folk traditions, bringing together their obsessions with gospel, bluegrass, gut-bucket blues and New Orleans swing into a striking and potently fresh LP. Recorded over six months at Crown City Studios Pasadena (Eric Lilavois) with twenty seven members of their LA consortium of musicians - the record perfectly captures the group's upbeat message, curating the rich roots sounds of the past and galvanizing it for a brash, get-up-and-dance future.

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released 18 April 2013

Lyrics by Z. Lupetin
Produced by Eric Lilavois, Crown City Studios
"Barnacles" recorded at The Hidden Studio Hollywood by Mike Geier
"Mayflower" recorded at home by Z. Lupetin

Swing Low, John The Revelator, New River Train, Soldier's Joy, Shine - based on traditional versions.

Vinyl coming June 2013.

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The Dustbowl Revival Los Angeles, California

The Dustbowl Revival is a Venice-CA based roots+jazz collective that brings together the sounds of mountain bluegrass, New Orleans swing and jug-band blues. Imagine Dylan and The Band and Ralph Stanley jamming with Louis Armstrong and Mumford & Sons on a front porch in 1938. ... more

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