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Sortin' the Mail | Ringin' the Doorbell

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Ringin' the Doorbell

by Sortin' the Mail

Sortin' The Mail is a bluegrass band that does things a little differently. Raw, honest, and slightly risque, this five-piece band of bluegrass misfits keeps the "ass" in "bluegrass."
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1. Ringin' the Doorbell
2:31 $0.99
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2. Gimme My Dog Back
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3. There Is a Time
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4. Come Back Home
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5. Stumblin' Distance
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6. Hands
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7. Swear to God I'm Done
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8. Theme Time
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9. In Tall Buildings
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10. He's Just a Paycheck to Me Now
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11. Waitin' for You
2:29 $0.99
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12. The One I Love Is Gone
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13. The Climate Change Song
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Raw, honest, and slightly risque, Sortin' The Mail combines driving traditional-ish bluegrass with sharp, observant humor and songs that tell the truth

BLUEGRASS WITH SASS
"Longtime Madison bluegrasser Bobby Batyko proudly carries Lester Flatt’s torch as he lights up the 13 tracks of Ringin’ the Doorbell, mostly recorded in concert at the Barrymore Theatre last winter. Batyko can be heard busting fat rhythm strokes then flatpicking breaks redolent of his heroes Doc Watson and Norman Blake.Their version of the Dillards’ “There is a Time” is old-time gold, as sung by fiddle player Rin Ribble. "God is real but climate change is fake,” in “The Climate Change Song.” [is] for sure, not a number for the traditional folding chair bluegrass festival crowd. Matt Amati’s banjo is fast and fluid in all the right places, especially on the opening title track. Brad Astor plays bass and sings as well. Mandolin player "Lonesome" WIllie Jones is best known for his decade-plus with...Madison’s most popular bluegrass acts." (Madison, WI Isthmus, August 8, 2019)

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