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The debut album from Starlings, TN.

"Imagine Skip Spence and the Soggy Bottom Boys hitting a bong the size of a Hoover Vacuum cleaner and then wrapping their impaired senses around the weirdest, saddest songs Paul Westerberg never showed anyone..."- Jim Ridley, Nashville Scene

"...Greatly aided by dulcimer virtuoso David Schnaufer, the rest of the bandmembers more than hold their own, displaying impressive instrumental chops in tracks like "Grey Cat on a Tennessee Farm" and "Whiskey Before Breakfast" and employing an absolutely ghostly chorus of voices in a lingering rendition of the traditional "Nothing but the Blood of Jesus." Overall, you're never entirely deceived into thinking that you're hearing a genuine band of backwoods mountaineers, but seeing that the qualities that make their music so distinctive also happen to amplify the qualities that make Appalachian music so moving, the Starlings, TN should be applauded for taking such liberties."- All Music Guide

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The Leaper's Fork

Starlings, TN

$9.99

Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

The debut album from Starlings, TN.

"Imagine Skip Spence and the Soggy Bottom Boys hitting a bong the size of a Hoover Vacuum cleaner and then wrapping their impaired senses around the weirdest, saddest songs Paul Westerberg never showed anyone..."- Jim Ridley, Nashville Scene

"...Greatly aided by dulcimer virtuoso David Schnaufer, the rest of the bandmembers more than hold their own, displaying impressive instrumental chops in tracks like "Grey Cat on a Tennessee Farm" and "Whiskey Before Breakfast" and employing an absolutely ghostly chorus of voices in a lingering rendition of the traditional "Nothing but the Blood of Jesus." Overall, you're never entirely deceived into thinking that you're hearing a genuine band of backwoods mountaineers, but seeing that the qualities that make their music so distinctive also happen to amplify the qualities that make Appalachian music so moving, the Starlings, TN should be applauded for taking such liberties."- All Music Guide

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