Pioneers of Post-Psychedelic Appalachian Swing
A vintage 90's-era musical experiment that twisted traditions beyond easy recognition...
banjo, guitar, voice accordion, voice mandolin, guitar, voice double bass, voice
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|"A unique and appealing blend of genres, sprinkled
liberally with a gently-twisted sensibility."
- Larry Cohen of Tony Trischka and Skyline
|"Their musical roots...have led to bold invention... the
Hounds have created a lusty melange that celebrates a world of influences."
- Keith Brand, WXPN-FM
|"The Bala Hounds are talented and diverse musicians that
are due recognition."
- Mardrat Bytes Music Reviews
|"Dogma Sutra is a fresh and spirited mix of
bluegrass, country, folk and a passel of [other] influences..."Spit Shine Your
Shoes" swings like there's no tomorrow..."Little Things," a slightly
winking, high stepping ballad is a huge delight...The Hounds are amazing musicians and
they've written many memorable songs."
- Baltimore City Paper
|"Weird! I didn't know whether to wear my John Deere cap
or my turban."
- Gene Shay, WHYY-FM
|"Good playing is reinforced by some clever arrangements
and...by the end of the trip
they have a full net of good tunes."
- Dirty Linen
|"The Bala Hounds provide lots of tasty mandolin, bass,
guitar and banjo... the instrumental work is top-notch."
- After Dark
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