Donna the Buffalo (from the album Dance in the Street available as a self-release)
On their recent release, Donna the Buffalo offer a painting as album art, matching the cover to audio canvas of the songs as the add color to their brand of Roots music on Dance in the Streets. The title track spits lines of history as Donna the Buffalo lead a different type of line over a groove as it wiggles and wobbles. Dance in the Street crawls along a melodic music march as Donna the Buffalo offer observations on “Killing a Man”, put resolve on a solid backbeat with “I Won’t Be Looking Back”, sway on a Country Rock ramble for “Holding on to Nothing”, and reach “Top Shelf” on a percolating rock’n’roll beat.
Bringing the band into a circle, Donna the Buffalo recorded Dance in the Street at Sonic Ranch Studio in El Paso, Texas with Rob Fraboni as producer. Dance in the Street is the first studio album from Donna the Buffalo in five years. Turning the engine over, Dance in the Street kicks into gear on a smooth Rock Pop tune for “Motor”, sips “The Good Stuff” on a non-stop groove, borders a warning sign with the pull of a additive beat in “Look Both Ways”, and tenderly give a musical nod to chance in “Across the Way”. Donna the Buffalo scratch out a dance beat and provide a DIY guide to happy with “If You Want to Live” and touch “I Believe” with light acoustics and infectious optimism.
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