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Americana Master Series : Best of the Sugar Hill Years

by Reckless Kelly

Americana Master Series : Best of the Sugar Hill Years by Reckless Kelly

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Americana Master Series : Best of the Sugar Hill Years

by Reckless Kelly

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Label: Sugar Hill Records
Reckless Kelly's three years on the Sugar Hill label produced three albums of country rock gems that recall a young (and less politically charged) Steve Earle. Culling twangy, crunchy nuggets from Under the Table and Above the Sun, Wicked Twisted Road and their outstanding live album Reckless Kelly Was Here, this collection boasts 15 of the catchiest country rock songs to come from the Sugar Hill roster. Standout tracks include the road trip-worthy "Nobody's Girl," the brogue-tinged, Irish-flavored "Seven Nights in Eire" and the slow gallop of "Rider In The Rain."

About This Album

Reckless Kelly's three years on the Sugar Hill label produced three albums of country rock gems that recall a young (and less politically charged) Steve Earle. Culling twangy, crunchy nuggets from Under the Table and Above the Sun, Wicked Twisted Road and their outstanding live album Reckless Kelly Was Here, this collection boasts 15 of the catchiest country rock songs to come from the Sugar Hill roster. Standout tracks include the road trip-worthy "Nobody's Girl," the brogue-tinged, Irish-flavored "Seven Nights in Eire" and the slow gallop of "Rider In The Rain."

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About This Album

Reckless Kelly's three years on the Sugar Hill label produced three albums of country rock gems that recall a young (and less politically charged) Steve Earle. Culling twangy, crunchy nuggets from Under the Table and Above the Sun, Wicked Twisted Road and their outstanding live album Reckless Kelly Was Here, this collection boasts 15 of the catchiest country rock songs to come from the Sugar Hill roster. Standout tracks include the road trip-worthy "Nobody's Girl," the brogue-tinged, Irish-flavored "Seven Nights in Eire" and the slow gallop of "Rider In The Rain."