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Campus Tradition - Back to Our Roots

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Number of Discs
1
Release Date
05/30/2006
Artist
Campus Tradition
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
CD Baby

In musically fertile Rockingham County, NC, folks get together for musical conversations and sometimes they talk late into the night. Campus Tradition began by talking about making money for their local Habitat For Humanity. They joined their combined instrumental talents and their tight harmonies to create a sound that soon had folkis talking about them as they shared their talents at local events and festivals. Campus Tradition is proud of their heritage in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and they draw much of their material from the old-time music that they grew up with. But they can jus as easily segue from Western numbers like 'Cool Water' to a rousing gospel number such as 'Just A Little Talk With Jesus.' Most of all, they are lucky to have some talented songwriters in the band whose songs often add humor to the mix. These are just the folks you wished lived next door -- guys who get together out of real joy and love for the music. It's good to know there is still homemade music in North Carolina. So brew up a tall glass of iced tea and open the windows. Your neighbors might be on the porch picking. Laura Boosinger.

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1) Blue Ridge Cabin Home
2) A Satisfied Mind
3) Cool Water
4) Still in the Hole
5) When I Stop Dreaming
6) Foggy Mountain Top
7) Just a Little Talk with Jesus
8) Blue Virginia Blues
9) Looking for Someone to Blame
10) Crazy Arms
11) Try a Little Kindness
12) That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine
13) Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
14) Ol' Becky
15) Drifting Too Far from the Shore
16) Riding Down the Canyon
17) Long Journey Home
18) Precious Memories

Album
Back to Our Roots
Main Format
CD
Keyword Index
Back to Our Roots | Campus Tradition