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Colorado-based legends Magic Music dubbed the state's first ''jam band'' have a storied history that truly complements their name. The group began as a merry troop of renegades whose brotherhood was eternally forged in the music they made.
Colorado-based legends Magic Music dubbed the state's first ''jam band'' have a storied history that truly complements their name. The group began as a merry troop of renegades whose brotherhood was eternally forged in the music they made.
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Magic Music [Vinyl]
Artist: Magic Music
Format: Vinyl
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Colorado-based legends Magic Music dubbed the state's first ''jam band'' have a storied history that truly complements their name. The group began as a merry troop of renegades whose brotherhood was eternally forged in the music they made.

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The band's sound coalesced in the days when the members lived in Eldorado Canyon (inspiration for a longtime favorite song in the band's repertoire) in two school buses and a doughnut truck, where they made a living panhandling and busking.
In addition to legendary performances at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, they played shows with the likes of Cat Stevens, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Steve Martin, and more. As time passed and band's members sought their own paths but always stayed in touch, - Magic Music stayed close to their hearts through thick and thin.
The new album is produced by childhood friend and now member Tim Goodman, best known for his works with the Doobie Brothers, Emmylou Harris, and the iconic Johnny Cash, as well as a co-founder of the platinum-selling country rock group Southern Pacific. The inclusion of Jimmy Haslip (Yellow Jackets), Tommy Major (Entrain), Scarlet Rivera (Bob Dylan), plus guest appearances by John McFee, Billy Payne and many others has resulted in an astonishing musical journey. If there ever was a labor of love, this music is it.
Music is like an illusion, a little bit of magic. So, in this case, it isn't what you see, it's what you hear that will take you on your own adventure.

        
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