Following on from their debut release ‘Don’t Mind If I Should’ in 2004 the band have now augmented their sound with some fine harmony vocals and blistering solos. All the songs come from the band and The Turbine turn up the throttle on ‘Roll On’ & ‘Stand Down’ and explore their Band roots on ‘Cranberry Creek’ with some sublime guitar work from Jeremy. The quality of song writing never drops and towards the end of the record on ‘Seven Years of Bad Luck’ and the title track Turbine shows there is plenty left in the tank.
Relix Magazine - "Artists on the Verge": "Their sound is exhilarating, with flurries of melodic guitars and wailing harp propelling complex improvisations"
"Spontaneous and genuine music that comes straight from the soul. Hilliard is lightning fast on electric guitar and Rightmire plays harmonica like he's running from the law"
Jambands.com: "Their music wails, whispers and directs our thoughts to the deeper mysteries of life"
Jambase.com on their 10,000 Lakes Festival Appearance: "A four-piece band from New York that writes in just about every style imaginable"
"What’s different and unique is their approach to songwriting, as they songsmith traditional sounds of rock, bluegrass and Americana for a blending that reeks of genius. Turbine is not what you’d immediately expect from the Big Apple but it’s what you’ll now be holding as the standard"
Go to archive.org for free live Turbine downloads