The Silos: Cuba

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The Silos’ album “Cuba” has achieved a status of being a timeless classic since its release in 1987. Their unique blend of rock & roll with elements of alternative country, pre-dating the popularization of the genre by Uncle Tupelo, sets them apart. The addition of Mary Rowell’s violin adds a distinct quality to their sound. While the Silos are known for their rock & roll tracks like “Tennessee Fire” and “She Lives Up the Street,” they also showcase their talent for crafting gentle ballads. One such standout moment on the album is the acoustic track “Margaret,” which is beautifully arranged with the inclusion of Dave Pearlman’s steel guitar. Overall, the Silos’ “Cuba” is a testament to their versatility and songwriting prowess. 

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