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Tremolo
Blue Rodeo
Tremolo
Genres: Country, Alternative Rock, Rock
 
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Tremolo by BLUE RODEO

      
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All Artists: Blue Rodeo
Title: Tremolo
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rhino Records
Original Release Date: 7/15/1997
Re-Release Date: 5/14/2010
Genres: Country, Alternative Rock, Rock
Style: Americana
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 010467300124, 0706301925324, 0706301925362

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Tremolo by BLUE RODEO

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Best music for the Canadian Rockies
Dree of Charlotte | Charlotte, NC USA | 07/20/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"My discovery of Blue Rodeo is similar to the reviews you will read hear -- go to Canada, hear this great sound, and get hooked.I was eating breakfast in a little cafe in Jasper National Park and I heard this interesting music on the sound system. Every song was intriguing. I asked the waitress, "What is that music playing?" She knew the answer immediately: "Blue Rodeo, the Tremolo album."That night, after dinner in Jasper, I stopped in a record store. "Got anything by Blue Rodeo"? ... I didn't know I was mentioning the name of a Canadian icon band. "Sure" ... I bought Tremolo and listened to it as my wife and I drove around Jasper on our day-hiking trips. This is fascinating music, and very difficult to define. Country? Yes, but not in the slick, USA sense. Intelligent? Definitely. Moving? Extremely. Blue Rodeo has its own sound, its own style. Tremolo is definitely worth a listen."
An underrated work
Shelley Mckibbon | Halifax, NS | 03/21/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"While this album got a bit of a critical pounding when it came out, it has a lot of good songs on it. "Moon & Tree," the opening track, is one of my favourite songs, harking back to the summery feel of "Five Days" without being a retread of anything on that album. It's one of Greg Keelor's "living in the country" tunes and it sounds like one of his happier songs in a while. Keelor's work on this record ranges from that type to breakup rockers to meandering opuses like "Frogs' Lullaby" -- a strange piece that grows on you.Jim Cuddy's material also includes several good tunes, notably the midtempo "Shed My Skin," the jazzy ballad "Falling Down Blue," and the poppy protest song, "It Could Happen To You." (This is no longer a band that feels they have to write political songs, but when the spirit moves them they still know how.) Not a classic, perhaps, but at least eleven of the fourteen songs could be rated from good to excellent. That's not bad."
BLUE RODEO IS THE BEST BAND OUT THERE
Dwayne Cantrell | Lexington, KY United States | 01/11/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was first introduced to Blue Rodeo after a friend of mine returned from a trip to Canada and let me hear this CD. I was an instant fan. It is rare that I hear a CD for the first time and like nearly every song. That was the case here. From Jim Cuddy's pleasant tones on "Fallen From Grace" to Greg Keelor's raspy verion of "Disappear" this album never fails to satisfy. I have since bought all of their other albums and they are equally as good. Can't wait until Jan 11, 2000 when their new album "The Days In Between" comes out."