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Hot Rize 9/1996

Review

Hot Rize's debut album demonstrated that traditional bluegrass bands could bring the music into the modern era without turning totally progressive or losing the music's roots. Over the album's 14 tracks, Hot Rize turns in consistently engaging and exciting performances, particularly from vocalist/fiddler/mandolinist Tim O' Brien and banjoist Pete Wernick. It's a terrific debut. ~ Thom Owens
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Blue Night Hot Rize 2:18
  3. 2 Empty Pocket Blues Hot Rize 2:17
  4. 3 Nellie Kane Hot Rize 2:55
  5. 4 High on a Mountain Hot Rize 3:2
  6. 5 Ain't I Been Good to You? Hot Rize 2:18
  7. 6 Powwow the Indian Boy Hot Rize 3:3
  8. 7 Prayer Bells of Heaven Hot Rize 2:54
  9. 8 This Here Bottle Hot Rize 2:38
  10. 9 Ninety Nine Years (And One Dark Day) Hot Rize 3:4
  11. 10 Old Dan Tucker Hot Rize 1:18
  12. 11 Country Boy Rock 'N' Roll Hot Rize 2:3
  13. 12 Standing in the Need of Prayer Hot Rize 2:36
  14. 13 Durham's Reel Hot Rize 3:3
  15. 14 Midnight on the Highway Hot Rize 2:44

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