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    Sound wonderful! It looks like it's only available as a download on CDBaby. Is there any information about whether physical copies might be available?

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    Instant gratification... just purchased a download from CDBaby! Looking forward to enjoying the sound of these tone monsters during my commute home this evening.

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    I must get this.
    I have always loved John's playing since Backwaters by the Tony Rice Unit.
    Interestingly, I also know Sharon's playing from recording with Tony Rice, on the Quartet album with Peter Rowan. I think her playing on that brilliant CD is exceptional, and I've never been able to understand why there aren't more recordings of her.
    And Scott is a great player. I became familiar with him on Tim O'Brien's terrific Dylan album Red On Blonde.

    All good.

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    That sample track sounds great!!

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    I picked up a CD at Targhee and yes...it is very good! John, Scott, and Sharon treated us to a few tunes one morning and they are great people as well as players.
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    This is EPIC. I attended the first concert of the tour this trio did as they were getting these songs ready to record (a tiny house concert venue in Berkeley). It was one of the best evenings of music I've ever had the pleasure to witness. I've been waiting with baited breath for this release to materialize. Heading off to CDBaby right now to start the download!

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    Love seeing John sporting a A-style on the album cover!!!!

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    Could someone direct me to where to order the CD disc ..(.not a download) tkx

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    In the same way that endlessly looking at the internet and/or television slowly erodes one's intelligence, listening to acoustic music like this (of the highest calibre) expands one's artistic appreciation and brightens the spirit.
    But Amsterdam was always good for grieving
    And London never fails to leave me blue
    And Paris never was my kinda town
    So I walked around with the Ft. Worth Blues

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    Scott told me physical copies will be available on CDBaby soon.

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    This one,like all John Reischman's recordings is a 'must have' for me. The selection of tunes is also terrific - hour's & hours of ''pick along'' comin' on soon,
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    Just bought it off Amazon this morning. All the other issues with Amazon aside, any music I buy from Amazon is available anywhere I have internet via their cloud plus it downloads onto my hard drive so I have a "local" (if not actual physical) copy, so it is my favorite source for music.

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    This album is like a musical opioid. I'm seriously addicted now...

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    One year anniversary of this feature interview. This is a great album that's still getting play around the Cafe headquarters.

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    Another trip around the sun for this article published this date 2016. Good music here.

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    Noting today's anniversary of this feature on three important musicians and the recording they made that was very well received.

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