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Graham & The Prairie Dog Brown

Do What You Should

Graham & The Prairie Dog Brown Do What You Should
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Graham Brown is a Vancouver based roots rock veteran honing his craft over an incredible 20 year discography that spans several cult bands (Jr. Gone Wild, Brilliant Orange, Happyman), major labels (BMG, A&M), coveted indies (Zulu Records, Not Lame), and incredible reviews from roots/americana media around the world. At the legendary Cavern Club, Liverpool, Graham was the highlight of a Bongo Beat showcase and garnered rare praise and a live broadcast over BBC Liverpool with noted DJ/writer/roots music historian Spencer Leigh. Of this album, the prestigious Americana.UK site gave it 4 out of 5 stars ("There's good songwriting and playing here and the album as a whole has an effortless sound to it"). Rootstime (Belgium) namechecks Crazy Horse, Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds and Rockpile in its 4 1/2 star (of 5) praise. Graham's grit-fueled harmonica, concisive guitar work and hook laden songwriting all power this year's revelation in Americana.

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