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MP3 Burnt Taters - Strange But True

Upbeat, country roots-pop, dashed with the 70''s, like a curious, accidental mix of the Mavericks, the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison and the Beatles

13 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Traditional Country, POP: 70''s Pop

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Before they were The Taters, they were Burnt Taters. "Strange But True" was the second CD from the Tater boys. It was chosen in July of 2000 as a Billboard Magazine "Critic''s Choice". Here''s the review:

Billboard Magazine, July 2000
One of modern music''s true indie delights follows its fine 1999 debut with this impressive new set. With the perfect balance of sparseness and tasty embellishment, the 11 strong, irresistibly catchy, often endearing originals and two well-chosen covers (an ultra-hip, swinging take on the Mills Brothers'' "Across The Alley From The Alamo" and a dead-on reading of the 1952 country and pop standard "Slowpoke") deliver fully on the promise of their predecessor. Now toss in the threesome''s terrific instrumental and vocal interplay, and "Strange But True" is an absolute winner. Two years ago, Burnt Taters, with its imaginative, modern take on roots rock and traditional country, was clearly a band that was going somewhere significant. In the summer of 2000, it has arrived. Burnt Taters is seasoned, ripe, and ready for the plucking, and labels, as well as modern rock, NPR, and hip AC radio, would all do well to lend a serious ear.

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