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The Redeemers - Vinyl

by The Redeemers

The was the eponymously titled debut LP of The Redeemers, hailed as one of Washington, DC’s most innovative bands, creating a potent blend of hillbilly-fueled country and Everlyesque balladry propelled by a 60’s garage blitz and 100-proof rock 'n' roll.
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Please Tell Her I Called
2:45 album only
2. You Can't Make a Heel Toe the Mark
2:43 album only
3. Let Her Rock
2:55 album only
4. The King of Knaves
3:50 album only
5. She's a Winner
3:05 album only
6. My Heart Won't Let You Go
2:55 album only
7. It Takes Two to Tango (Two to Cry)
3:33 album only
8. Be My Green-Eyed Angel Tonight
2:10 album only
9. Out in Hollywood
2:14 album only
10. Ain't That the Story of Love?
2:50 album only
11. Step on up and Take a Bow
3:29 album only
12. Keep on Loving Me
3:21 album only
13. Maybe's Still Maybe to Me
2:15 album only


Album Notes
“…hillbilly, and garage moves wrapped around great original songs”
"songs so good you can imagine Chuck Berry, Brenda Lee, the Seeds
or even George Jones scoring hits with them in another era."

“…a directness and romantic-loner vision Marty Robbins would have
admired, and a weakness for rip-‘em-up double-time twang Johnny
Horton would have recognized” Eve Zibart, WASHINGTON POST

"Mansfield is one of the only songwriters around to effortlessly stretch
rock to its R&B and C&W roots while remaining as engagingly melodic
as the early Beatles." Robert Hull, CREEM

“Roy Orbison country … with grand heartbreak melodramas”

(front photo on LP jacket -- from left to right, John Stanton, guitar, bass (in studio) and harmony vocals; Hank Burnett, drums; Mark Mansfield, keys, guitar (on "Maybe's Still Maybe to Me") and lead vocals; Diana Keene (Carr), pedal steel guitar)



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