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The Long Ryders|Psychedelic Country Soul

Psychedelic Country Soul

The Long Ryders

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In the early ‘80s, The Long Ryders joined the ranks of Paisley Underground, a Californian scene made up of bands who were obsessed with the sixties, psychedelia and garage rock. Their music was largely influenced by The Byrds (cf. the ‘y’ in Ryders) as well as Gram Parsons’ country rock. In 1987, the band led by the Englishman Sid Griffin and Stephen McCarthy closed down, only to regroup every February 31st (2004, 2009, 2016)... This time, with Psychedelic Country Soul, The Long Ryders offer something completely new. It’s been almost 30 years since they brought an album out! Still sounding like Buffalo Springfield and The Flying Burrito Brothers, Griffin and McCarthy as well as Tom Stevens and Greg Sowders haven’t changed one bit. Their interests remain the same, much like their writing skills. With a cover of Tom Petty's Walls, Psychedelic Country Soul will appeal to Americana fans. And behind the glass, as was the case at the beginning, the producer Ed Stasium (who has produced for the likes of The Ramones, The Smithereens, Living Colour, Motörhead and Soul Asylum) makes the whole thing captivating. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Greenville
00:04:26

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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Let It Fly
00:03:49

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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Molly Somebody
00:03:39

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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All Aboard
00:03:43

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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Gonna Make It Real
00:03:26

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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If You Want to See Me Cry
00:03:08

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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What the Eagle Sees
00:03:19

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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California State Line
00:04:31

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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The Sound
00:03:58

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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Walls
00:04:39

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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Bells of August
00:05:04

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

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Psychedelic Country Soul
00:06:08

The Long Ryders, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Cherry Red Records (P) 2019 Cherry Red Records

Album Description

In the early ‘80s, The Long Ryders joined the ranks of Paisley Underground, a Californian scene made up of bands who were obsessed with the sixties, psychedelia and garage rock. Their music was largely influenced by The Byrds (cf. the ‘y’ in Ryders) as well as Gram Parsons’ country rock. In 1987, the band led by the Englishman Sid Griffin and Stephen McCarthy closed down, only to regroup every February 31st (2004, 2009, 2016)... This time, with Psychedelic Country Soul, The Long Ryders offer something completely new. It’s been almost 30 years since they brought an album out! Still sounding like Buffalo Springfield and The Flying Burrito Brothers, Griffin and McCarthy as well as Tom Stevens and Greg Sowders haven’t changed one bit. Their interests remain the same, much like their writing skills. With a cover of Tom Petty's Walls, Psychedelic Country Soul will appeal to Americana fans. And behind the glass, as was the case at the beginning, the producer Ed Stasium (who has produced for the likes of The Ramones, The Smithereens, Living Colour, Motörhead and Soul Asylum) makes the whole thing captivating. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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