Over The Rhine On Mountain Stage
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The Ohio husband and wife at the heart of Over the Rhine
have called their music "post-nuclear, pseudo-alternative, folk-tinged art-pop." And, though they formed as a traditional rock band at the dawn of the '90s, Linford Detweiler and Karin Bergquist have transformed their music into a smoky, confessional style of Americana that would later be embraced by coed roots groups like The Civil Wars
and The Head and the Heart
Over the Rhine has established a loyal international fan base, and in 2007 issued its first career retrospective, Discount Fireworks
. Its new double album Meet Me at the Edge of the World
, produced by Joe Henry
, was inspired by Detweiler and Bergquist's move from urban Cincinnati to rural Southern Ohio.
- "The Laugh Of Recognition"
- "Sacred Ground"
- "Meet Me At The Edge Of The World"
- "I'd Want You"
- "Gonna Let My Body Catch My Soul"
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