Lady Couch

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Lady Couch



–“With a horn section that complements the guitar-bass-drums-keyboards bottom that soul bands have been using for decades, the group evokes, say, The Electric Flag and maybe even Sly and the Family Stone. There’s also a slight jam-band overlay that doesn’t get in the way of the album’s concise tunes, and at its best — the sprung-rhythmed “Free to Breathe” and the post-Stax Records groover “Good God” — the trickiness of the horn licks merge with the communitarian lyrics in fine fashion.” Edd Hurt, Nashville Scene


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