David Jacobs-Strain | Terraplane Angel

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Terraplane Angel

by David Jacobs-Strain

Left coast outlaw country blues
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Hurricane Railroad
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2. Terraplane Angel
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3. Treetop Flyer
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4. West County Rain
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5. Dark Side
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6. Trestle Creek Breakdown
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7. Pescadero Beach
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8. The River Song
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9. How Long?
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10. Neon Star
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11. Dirt And Wildflowers
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12. Halfway To The Coast
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Album Notes
Folks say David Jacobs-Strain writes songs about the Northwest the way Lucinda Williams writes about the South or Tom Petty captures Southern California. The promise of Terraplane Angel, produced by Ray Kennedy [Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams, Ray Davies], resides in the fertile cross of blues, rock and masterful songwriting from a true West Coast pioneer. Relentless touring has formed Jacobs-Strain into a performer of rare strength and virtuosity. He augments fluid fingerstyle guitar work with slide and percussive drive to create tone that conjures an entire electric jam band. His voice carries the emotion that his songs demand.

Produced and recorded by Ray Kennedy at Room & Board, Nashville, Tennessee.
Mastered for Zen Masters by Ray Kennedy; Album coordination: Brenda Prescott; Design & photography: Bob Delevante; Creative mojo: Andrew Vertal; Luthier: Jeff Traugott; Strings: D'Addario.

David Jacobs-Strain, guitar & lead vocals; Greg Morrow, drums; Craig Young: bass; Tim Lauer: hammond B-3 & piano; Perry Coleman: harmony vocals; Chris Ayer: harmony vocals; Ray Kennedy: wurlizter, piano & hand percussion; Shad Cobb: fiddle; Tania Elizabeth: fiddle

Dedicated to Sean LaRoche, friend & mentor.


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