Following 2005's ROUTE 23, Chatham County Line's praises were sung both in the traditional bluegrass-loving pages and the websites of the young and hip. No Depression praises their ability to "appeal to those who aren't typical fans of bluegrass" and Pitchfork concurs, saying, "For a new band writing starkly traditional bluegrass, this is shockingly strong material... The highlights here are as good as it gets." Their new album produced by Brian Paulson (Beck, Cities, Uncle Tupelo) continues the band's quest to unite their love the power of rock with their faith in their home state's fine tradition of pure music.
Following 2005's ROUTE 23, Chatham County Line's praises were sung both in the traditional bluegrass-loving pages and the websites of the young and hip. No Depression praises their ability to "appeal to those who aren't typical fans of bluegrass" and Pitchfork concurs, saying, "For a new band writing starkly traditional bluegrass, this is shockingly strong material... The highlights here are as good as it gets." Their new album produced by Brian Paulson (Beck, Cities, Uncle Tupelo) continues the band's quest to unite their love the power of rock with their faith in their home state's fine tradition of pure music.
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Format: CD
Label: YEP
Catalog: 2113
Rel. Date: 05/30/2006
UPC: 634457211322

Speed of the Whippoorwill
Artist: Chatham County Line
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Following 2005's ROUTE 23, Chatham County Line's praises were sung both in the traditional bluegrass-loving pages and the websites of the young and hip. No Depression praises their ability to "appeal to those who aren't typical fans of bluegrass" and Pitchfork concurs, saying, "For a new band writing starkly traditional bluegrass, this is shockingly strong material... The highlights here are as good as it gets." Their new album produced by Brian Paulson (Beck, Cities, Uncle Tupelo) continues the band's quest to unite their love the power of rock with their faith in their home state's fine tradition of pure music.