CHARLIE PEACOCK - "Let The Dog Back In The House" - featuring Ruby Amanfu

Charlie Peacock with Ruby Amanfu - from his new album No Man's Land.
Writing in the Nashville Scene, Jewly Hight observed that No Man’s Land is “an Americana album in the same sense that Paul Simon’s Graceland is a world music album.” She continues, “At the heart of it is Peacock’s distinctive, jazzed-up, hook-and-groove-centric studio architecture…but the vocal timbre – taut, grainy and soulful…couldn’t belong to anybody but Peacock.”

Paste Magazine’s Holly Gleason proclaims it “a cocktail of Dust Bowl feels, Cajun beats and shuffles, raw banjos and fiddles, steel guitars that pool, and spacious arrangements. This is music of red dirt and high humidity, different worlds that share the same sort of soul.”

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