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Split Lip Rayfield - Never Make It Home (2001) Retail CD
A string band with a mean streak and a standup bass fashioned from a gas tank, Wichita's picking punks earned their reputation by beating tradition into submission. But with Never Make It Home, their third effort, Split Lip discovers that playing it (comparatively) straight can yield satisfying results. This most welcome surprise is spurred by the emergence of Wayne Gottstine, the quartet's flashy but always solid mandolinist, as a stellar singer and songwriter to rival bandleader Kirk Rundstrom. Fans of the Gourds' Jimmy Smith will find a lot to like in Gottstine's handful of tunes, from themore… jaunty "Movin' to Virginia" to the mopey "Used to Call Me Baby". Elsewhere, Split Lip proves they can still play like they're blowing a tollbooth, especially on another Gottstine original, "River", and the disc's pair of covers, "Love Please Come Home" and "Day the Train Jumped the Tracks". --Anders Smith-Lindall
|1||Movin' To Virginia|
|3||Never Make It Home|
|5||Love Please Come Home|
|6||Used To Call Me Baby|
|8||Kiss Of Death|
|9||Drink Lotsa Whiskey|
|12||It's No Good|
|13||Dime Store Cowboy|
|14||Day The Train Jumped The Tracks|
- Split Lip Rayfield - Never Make It Home (2001) Retail CD
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