These Brooklyn coeds channel the South on “I Want To Be Relieved,” a foot-stomping, hell-raising song that allows every instrument in the band’s arsenal – from fiddle to banjo to acoustic guitar to washboard – to take the lead for a brief moment. Between string-band solos and rustic riffs, the Family members pile their voices into thick gospel harmonies, shouting their collective love for old-time music.
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