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Spoonshine

Year: 2013

Runtime: 00:35:47

Hailing from Anacortes and Seattle Washington, Spoonshine features the songwriting collaboration between Jacob Navarro (mandolin, guitar, vocals) and William Cook (upright bass, guitar, vocals), with support from Kelly Van Camp (drums). Spoonshine’s songs often reflect on life between the farm, the sea, and the mountains that surround their Northwest home. For example, the song, “Song of the Sockeye,” is shaped from a poem found in an abandoned fishing cannery in Northern British Columbia, written by a gill-netter in 1940. It tells the tale of hard working fishermen and a dwindling run of once plentiful salmon. With impassioned harmonies, powerful rhythms, and virtuosic guitar and mandolin, Spoonshine brings what fans have already discovered at their “dance-your-ass-off” live shows along with their finely produced collection of well-crafted songs.

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Rock, Folk

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