The Flood Six Pack
For a Limited Time Only, you can get all SIX of The Flood's commercially recorded CDs for $59.95 (plus shipping and handling).
That's a third off the regular retail price. It's as if you bought four discs and got two for free!
Let's see... it's 15 years worth of music, so that's $4 a year…. or a penny a day. Hey, it's math! We can do this all day!
It's also nearly a shift's worth of music, so if you want to celebrate Take Your Floodster to Work Day, this is this set you need!
A Sampling of Whatcha Get
Click the four-minute video below for a taste of what's included in The Flood Six Pack, with sounds starting in 2001 and bringing us right up to 2016.
The package includes:
The Band, Not the Natural Disaster
Twenty-five years in the making, The Band, Not the Natural Disaster is the 2002 debut CD that started The Flood on a rollercoaster ride. Released on the Braxton Recordings label, the album was recorded in two sessions in Charleston, West Virginia, during the summer of 2001. The recordings were engineered and mixed by the incomparable Buddy Griffin.
Plays Up a Storm
Fast on the heels of the boys' 2002 debut album, The 1937 Flood Plays Up a Storm is this second CD from The Flood, a lively and engaging disc that allows the band to stretch out and show off its diversity. Recorded in a single day-long session in November 2002 in Charleston, West Virginia, the tracks were engineered and mixed by The Seventh Floodster, Buddha-patient producer George Walker.
I'd Rather Be Flooded
I'd Rather Be Flooded is the latest product of The Flood's finding its way to the studio, a disc full of surprises, from the band's first "live in concert" track to the introduction of the vocal stylings of Michelle Lewis, from the recording debut of Doug's bluesy guitar and lively mandolin and Chuck's mellow tenor guitar to the introduction of Joe's original composition, "Vandalia Waltz."
Wade In the Water
After a seven-year break from recording, "Wade in the Water" was recorded in a single evening in August 2011 in the Huntington, West Virginia, studios of Live at Trackside. Continuing The Flood's reputation as West Virginia's most eclectic string band, the disc features everything from jug band songs and blues to swing numbers and ballads to fiddle tunes and folk favorites. It is the only studio recording featuring "Youngblood," our extraordinary young guitarist, Jacob Scarr. All the tracks were engineered and mixed by the remarkable Bud Carroll.
Cleanup & Recovery
On its fifth commercial CD, The 1937 Flood continues exploration of some favorite terrain -- jug band tunes, party music of the 1920s and '30s, re-inventions of classics from pop ballads to folk songs -- but also steps off in some new directions. This is the first Flood CD to feature bassist/vocalist Randy Hamilton, and his influence can be heard in the tighter vocal harmonies with which Michelle Lewis, Charlie Bowen and he are experimenting. Also this CD finds long-time Floodster Doug Chaffin moving from bass to full-time soloist; on guitar and mandolin he has some sweet work on everything from ballads to jump tunes. The album is a celebration of the Flood's ever-evolving sound.
Live, In Concert
In many ways, this album has been a dream of ours for years. In fact, Joe Dobbs would have loved that The Flood finally has a live CD. It was our late fiddlin' friend's favorite comment that the band he helped form 40+ years ago always sounded better at parties and concerts than it did in rehearsals and in studios. “It helps that everybody’s a ham,” Joe would say with a grin. This is the debut CD for Paul Martin, who also did the editing and mixing magic that made this album possible!
So, you say you've already got a number of Flood CDs, and you just need to fill out your collection? No problem! And you can still order individual CDs, all the way back to the beginning. Just visit our regular CD page, right here.