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Let Us in Americana the Music of Paul Mccartney

by Various Artists

Let Us in Americana the Music of Paul Mccartney by Various Artists

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Let Us in Americana the Music of Paul Mccartney

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Label: Reviver Records
You'll know from the title whether this one's for you. If that title does appeal to you, start with the Wood Brothers' "Come and Get It" and continue through Buddy Miller's surprisingly compelling "Yellow Submarine" into Will Hoge's brass heavy take on "Band on the Run." Continuing, Jim Lauderdale introduces steel guitar to "I'm Looking Through" (a track seemingly made for this sort of exercise) and later Lee Ann Womack turns "Let 'Em In" into the unexpected highlight. And if the title doesn't appeal to you, don't fret: A collection of Americana renditions of Lennon songs is surely on the way.

About This Album

You'll know from the title whether this one's for you. If that title does appeal to you, start with the Wood Brothers' "Come and Get It" and continue through Buddy Miller's surprisingly compelling "Yellow Submarine" into Will Hoge's brass heavy take on "Band on the Run." Continuing, Jim Lauderdale introduces steel guitar to "I'm Looking Through" (a track seemingly made for this sort of exercise) and later Lee Ann Womack turns "Let 'Em In" into the unexpected highlight. And if the title doesn't appeal to you, don't fret: A collection of Americana renditions of Lennon songs is surely on the way.

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About This Album

You'll know from the title whether this one's for you. If that title does appeal to you, start with the Wood Brothers' "Come and Get It" and continue through Buddy Miller's surprisingly compelling "Yellow Submarine" into Will Hoge's brass heavy take on "Band on the Run." Continuing, Jim Lauderdale introduces steel guitar to "I'm Looking Through" (a track seemingly made for this sort of exercise) and later Lee Ann Womack turns "Let 'Em In" into the unexpected highlight. And if the title doesn't appeal to you, don't fret: A collection of Americana renditions of Lennon songs is surely on the way.