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Indie Harmonies from Winterpills

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Indie Harmonies from Winterpills

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Indie Harmonies from Winterpills

Indie Harmonies from Winterpills

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Winterpills

Winterpills. Not a household name... at least not yet.

Three from 'Winterpills'

'Laughing'

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'Cranky'

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So introductions are in order: Philip Price plays acoustic guitar. Dennis Crommett is on electric guitar. Dave Hower is the drummer. All three join Flora Reed in delivering melodies that draw on influences as diverse (and yet harmonious) as the Beatles, the Carter Family, Elliott Smith and Neil Young.

Members of the group talk with Liane Hansen about their eponymous debut CD on Signature Sounds.