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The Felice Brothers - The Felice Brothers (Vinyl)
2008, 2LP release.
The Felice Brothers' self-titled American debut is a collection of songs originally recorded to sell to make ends meet on the streets of New York. The band made these "field recordings" wherever they could: an abandoned cafeteria, a broken down school bus, a chicken coop, a derailed train, and under a bridge. In these tales of murder, pathos, lust, and love, you'll find an honest new brand of American storytelling and song.
Their distinct brand of songwriting and the lawless sound they've forged has earned them comparisons to Woodie Guthrie, a young Springsteen, and the Scorcese film, "Gangs of New York". in these tales of murder, pathos, lust, and love, you'll find an honest new brand of American storytelling and song.