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Hundred Year Flood  
Frogville Records

Hundred Year Flood’s music is ultimately defined by its Southwestern roots: the band’s new home is Santa Fe via their old stomping grounds of Austin. From the twangy sound of “Come On” through the country western ramblings of “Let’s Fall in Love Again Tonight” to the album’s “Outro” Cavalier provides a somewhat eclectic sound assemblage of Americana.

The lead vocals alternate nicely between Felicia Ford and Bill Palmer. And the intensity picks up on songs like a “Gamblin,” which—thanks to its shimmering crash of guitar sound—coats the album with touches of modern, across-the-pond rock. Throughout, Cavalier offers an intriguing variety of songwriting and musicianship that always entertains.

Favorite Track: Track 3, “Peach Blossom”

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