- Artist: Dave McCann & The Ten Toed Frogs
- Format: CD
- Release Date:4/5/2005
In the fall of 2000, Dave McCann & The Ten Toed Frogs tore up the Americana charts with their mainstay independent release \'Woodland Tea\'. The masters have long disappeared & they will never be digitally revisited! Broken and delivered, \'Woodland Tea\' was heralded by Alt Country folk as \'one of the best unknown recordings of 2001\'! They\'re back in the wake of Americana with the new Release \'Country Medicine! A wealth of original cuts with a tip of the old flask to the Jethro Tull classic, Locomotive Breath. Lyrically unyielding, it burns like a firbranded ride through 70\'s era Outlaw Country Rock. Deluxe tube scratch & all the tone bitten guitar grang one set of fence post ears can handle! This is just another recording as you\'d come to expect from one of the most promising bands to fall upon the roots scene in some time! Reviewed as \'Canadian country-folk for a sound that harkens back to The Band. Contemporary enough for mainstream radio yet folky enough for the purists, Dave McCann seems a natural for the festival circuit and a likely candidate for major stardom.\' Songs from Woodland Tea appeared on the soundtrack to the Movie \'Hank Williams, First Nation\' with such notables as Billy Joe Shaver, Joe Ely and Hank Williams. It brought home the \'best music in a motion picture\' at the Nashville Film Festival, and has lent itself to creating a circle of consistent interest in Dave McCann & The Ten Toed Frogs.