In the meantime we can only dream of living in their colourful, sunny world. And the subject matter is less offensive than a springtime sea breeze. Which may sound like damning with faint praise, but it is meant with the best intentions. Sometimes you need music that is happy. Or at least on the brighter side of melancholic. Travelin’ Spirit’ is the album’s highlight and sounds like a late-60s British invasion band immediately after they discover that there are substances more mind-altering than tea with two sugars. The gorgeous close harmonies and scratchy guitar are more retro than Bakelite, yet it doesn’t sound hoary – rather it sounds upbeat and airy. If these six songs are anything to go on, this band will be worth keeping an eye on. In the meantime we can only dream of living in their colourful, sunny world. Lower Slaughter – Some Things Take Work.
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The Easy Riders playing on this record are: Mitch Mitchum - drums, percussion, vocals Bradley "Blue Moon" Grear - guitar Big Byrd Minarik - guitar, backing vocals Dan "Rain Child" Duggan - bass, vocals George Szegedy - piano, organ, keys, vocals Hamilton Belk - pedal steel. Special Musicians: Alex Szegedy - additional guitar on "Shadow Cruiser". It’s the grand tour, of the shadow cruiser One last tango in the crimson sand And he hasn't put much thought Into getting caught Just roams the cannonball plains Elegantly astray. Off in the distance, an echo in the night A drifting hunter, tracks down his prize And he stays, downwind Disguised behind darkness, on the ridge.
The Easy Riders were an American folk music band, that operated from 1956 to 1959, consisting of Terry Gilkyson, Richard Dehr, and Frank Miller. Their career was guided by Mitch Miller, who had them under contract for Columbia Records. Their greatest hit, in early 1957, was the song "Marianne". The group also composed some tunes for the 1958 ary Windjammer, such as "Kari Waits for Me" and "Sugar Cane"
While the Easy Riders’ first outing, a self-titled EP from 2016, exhibited the band’s kaleidoscope of trippy guitar sounds and production techniques, this debut full length unveils the band’s earnest songwriting chops and knack for genuine Bakersfield-Sound country. The band certainly didn’t abandon its lysergic-leanings, however: note the mind-warping title track, which also serves as the lead single. With no shortage of jangly guitars, piano and pedal steel, this album no doubt echoes Clarence White-era Byrds, but it doesn’t stray far from the band’s Southwestern-rock ’n’ roll roots.
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Released by Sony Music Nov 2013 12 Tracks. The Easy Riders is a English album released on Nov 2013. The Easy Riders Album has 12 songs sung by The Easy Riders. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Easy Riders songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
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