ROGER CLINE  'So Inclined'  WRM-0002-CD

ROGER CLINE 'So Inclined' WRM-0002-CD

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Roger Cline is a guitarist and songwriter who calls Jarrettsville, Maryland – a tiny hamlet located forty miles north of Baltimore – home. He grew up in the 1950s and ‘60s with exposure to his parents’ country music collection. As a teen, the acquisition of an electric guitar and amp sent him on a decades-long journey through rock and roll. It wasn’t until the 1990s that he rediscovered bluegrass music and has spent the last two decades exploring his acoustic side. So InClined is Cline’s first solo outing and it is a solid showcase for his singing and songwriting talents; his name appears on ten of the disc’s thirteen tracks. Among the covers is a nice rendering of the Country Gentlemen’s “Come and Sit By the River.” The arrangements range from middle-of-the-road bluegrass to ones that display Cline’s wizardry on the guitar. He has a pleasant voice and has surrounded himself with like minded pickers and singers; Jeanette and Johnny Williams and banjoist Jody King are but a few of talented musicians lending their talents to the project. - Gary Reid

Track List:

You Fell From The Sky

Why Do You Treat Him Like You Do?

Soul of a Soldier

Easy Street

Come and Sit By The River

At the Journey’s End

Lover’s Moon

The Wind and the Waves

Monarch Evening

Flat River Girl

Maple Leaves

The Distant Shore

The Outlaw