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Pinetop Seven

After meeting at Vanderbilt University where both were psychology majors, Darren Richard and Charles Kim began playing together in 1990. They backed a female jazz vocalist in Nashville-area clubs before moving to Chicago and forming Pinetop Seven in 1994. A year later, they recorded their eponymous debut in their landlord's attic. Shortly after, Ryan Hembrey joined the band. He'd posted a bunch of flyers around the city advertising for bass lessons, but Kim was the only one who'd called. The band toured to support the album and eventually earned licensing deals with Truckstop/Atavistic and Glitterhouse, an independent European label. In 1997, they returned to their attic studio to record the EP No Breath In the Bellows, which was followed by the full-length Rigging the Toplights a year later.

Pinetop Seven's minimalist mixture of country, jazz, rock and folk music makes them difficult to label. The trio has been backed by various musicians and uses a range of instruments including upright bass, accordion, banjo, mandolin, and slide guitars. ~ Tracy Frey, Rovi
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Their song Drying out is an absolute classic song
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Perfect example of why music can never die. You may think its all been done before but artists like this can take traditional forms and stamp their unique imprint on it. This is a truly wonderful band.
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mymotherjoyc e
Listening to them never gets old, and nothing has ever sounded quite like them. Pinetop Seven seems to have created their own genre of spooky country/west e r n / j a z z and they own it 100%.
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The Night's Bloom is brilliant. Far from "minimalist" as stated in the bio. A great piece of Americana storytelling . Definitely read the lyrics. The song titles are quirky and indicate the personality of this album. But the music is the story here. Song structure, production value, etc. I listen to this CD a lot! "East Company," "Fringe" and "A Mouthful of Expensive Teeth" are exceptional.
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mollyallison 5
their music is breath-takin g !

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