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David Quinn Country Fresh
David Quinn (from the album Country Fresh available on Down Home Records/Soundly Music) (by Bryant Liggett)
The latest from David Quinn finds him moving in on the best of any and all Indie Country scenes. Country Fresh hits the Outlaw and rowdy Country camps, stompy Bluegrass and Country Rock, while even tossing in a handful of precious ballads driven by piano and guitar.
Country Fresh kicks off with a one-two punch of bangers; the opener is a Roots-Rocker with the story about a country fresh dude and the music weaving honky-tonk piano, punchy fiddle, punchier telecaster, and flying pedal steel to set a moving pace. Its follower, “Low Down”, is a living on the edge narrative driven by a hoedown fiddle. “Down Home” has that David Allen Coe inspired, 1970’s Country groove, “Cornbread and Chili” is a front-porch banjo picker, and “Heartland” is a bouncy nod to the Midwest.
“Grassy Trails” has a hard-rock intro and “Easy Like the Breeze” is ripping cowpunk, but David Quinn is not all Country Rock and rocking Country. “I Came Back to You (To Say Goodbye)” is a Charlie Rich inspired Country ballad complete with big piano, “I Just Want to Feel Alright” and “Hummingbirds Song” are straight up, acoustic guitar Folk. His band lays it on thick, putting down big support for Quinn’s heady tunes that both paint a picture of home while also stab the heart. David Quinn is an even spread of Country Roots, a rambuntious Rocker and a tender Balladeer that lyrically nods to home and family; it’s all solid and it is all good.(by Bryant Liggett)
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