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Show Ponies, The / How It All Goes Down
Album:How It All Goes Down Collection:Country
Artist:Show Ponies, The Added:Mar 2017
Label:Freerange Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2017-04-05 Pull Date:2017-06-07 Charts:Country/Bluegrass
Week Ending:Jun 11May 28Apr 16Apr 9

 Recent Airplay
1.Jun 06, 2017:Waste FM
Only Lie
3.Apr 15, 2017:The Iron Skillet
2.May 27, 2017:The Iron Skillet
Something Good
4.Apr 07, 2017:Magic Mix
Shoulda Showed Him

Album Review
Kim Walter
Reviewed 2017-04-01 

The name conjures all kinds of weird images, but the reality is some much better than you’d think. Classified as a West-Coast bluegrass, old-timey band, But I think that hardly does them justice. They are a hip group of young Indie/Americana musicians with tons of energy and vigor and all kinds of musical influences, including Bluegrass and the past. Lots of variation, I liked: #2, 3, 5, 6, 12

1. med - upbeat, modern rock love song
2. med – bagpipe? Local folk/mountain song
3. med – nice instrumentation with somewhat dreamy female vocals, lullaby vibe
4. med – country rock, male singer
5. slow/med – female singer, bluesy style, slide guitar
6. med – folk song about failure, uniquely positive
7. med – almost like poetry with a modern beat
8. slow – male singer, country style ballad
9. slow/med – sweet female voice singing sweetly about love
10. slow/med – country rock with acoustic guitar and disturbing lyrics
11. med – upbeat country rock
12. slow – a capella at beginning, then what sounds like Irish bagpipes, unique**
13. med – Americana rock, reminds me of John Evans

Track Listing
1.The Time It Takes 7.Only Lie
2.The World Is Not My Home 8.Something Good
3.Kalamazoo 9.Sweetly
4.Someone To Stay 10.If You Could Break The Chain
5.Shoulda Showed Him 11.Don't Call On Me
6.Folks Back Home 12.Bravery Be Written
 13.How It All Goes Down