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Petaluma, CA. ~ Dirty Red Barn, the Petaluma based band’s, latest CD entitled, “Almost Perfect” packs a punch with its contemporary Americana-Coun- try-Blues- Folk-Bluegrass fusion. The band members are Dave Brouillette (Gui- tar/Vocals), Ben Becker (Bass/Elec- tric Guitar), Sean Parnell (Harmon- ica/Vocals) and Malcolm Johnson (Drums, Bass, Vo- cals). “Almost Per- fect” offers nine tracks for the lis- tener. One can en- vision driving the idyllic backroads of Sonoma County singing along to the easygoing lyrics. The Dirty Red Barn song-
writers feature all original tracks on the “Almost Per- fect” album, with each tune telling a unique story. “You Make Me Wait” is reminiscent
of a 1950’s Rock n’ Roll band playing at a sock-hop. “You Don’t Care Anymore” fea- tures layered harmonies and fast paced harmonica-playing
night,” “County Line,” and “Mississippi Night.” The “Almost Perfect” CD
was artfully recorded by the fine team at Prairie Sun Re- cording Studio in Cotati. The album cover by pho- tographer extra- ordinaire, Jason Baldwin and the creative artwork by the incompara- ble Katie Kincade Designs make for a sleek package wor- thy of holiday gift- giving. The last track, “Peace and Truth” with its lyr- ical words of wis- dom, has a catchy chorus that could be a protest anthem
with a driving backbeat. The meandering lyrical tune, “Go- ing to the Sun,” has a Country feel. The title track, “Almost Perfect” laments “She’s al- most perfect, in every single way…” The other songs are “Together,” “Alone Again To-
song, ”If you don’t like what you see, well it’s up to you and me, don’t let other people tell you what to do, speak your mind, speak it loud, don’t get lost in the crowd and most of all to thine own self be true.”
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