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https://www.austinchronicle.com/music/2011-11-25/reed-turner-side-one-see-how-far-i-get/

Texas Platters

For the Sake of the Song

Reviewed by Jim Caligiuri, November 25, 2011, Music

Reed Turner

Side One: See How Far I Get

Tumbling from Austin to Boston, Nashville, Tenn., to Portland, Ore., Reed Turner's absorbed lots of influences. This six-song EP, fashioned after one side of a vinyl LP, is the perfect length to expose his multifaceted songwriting. Roots-rock-based, there are echoes of the Avett Brothers and some Red Dirt country, but set-closing meditation "Acrobats & Soldiers" marks Turner as a blossoming Texas troubadour.

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The Austin Chronicle

https://www.austinchronicle.com/music/2011-11-25/reed-turner-side-one-see-how-far-i-get/

Texas Platters

For the Sake of the Song

Reviewed by Jim Caligiuri, November 25, 2011, Music

Reed Turner

Side One: See How Far I Get

Tumbling from Austin to Boston, Nashville, Tenn., to Portland, Ore., Reed Turner's absorbed lots of influences. This six-song EP, fashioned after one side of a vinyl LP, is the perfect length to expose his multifaceted songwriting. Roots-rock-based, there are echoes of the Avett Brothers and some Red Dirt country, but set-closing meditation "Acrobats & Soldiers" marks Turner as a blossoming Texas troubadour.

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