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Ghost Bikes

by Jim Page

Contemporary American grit-folk, with groove and grace.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Meinong
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4:44 album only
2. Lightnin' Hopkins
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4:46 album only
3. Tent City
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3:55 album only
4. Big Star Fallin'
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3:59 album only
5. Ghost Bikes
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5:35 album only
6. Yang Ru-Men
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6:04 album only
7. Frank, Dennis, and Me
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5:58 album only
8. Hole In the Air
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3:35 album only
9. Song For Leonard Peltier
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5:31 album only
10. More Than Anything Else In The World
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3:44 album only
11. I Want A New America
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2:51 album only
12. Over My Dead Body
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Album Notes
This is Jim’s 21st album!! Recorded live in front of a studio audience at Jack Straw Productions, in Seattle, WA – April, 2010. With Jim’s favorite players in ensemble: Grant Dermody on harmonica, Michael Gray on fiddle, Erin Corday vocals and bamboo flute, and Joel Litwin percussion. Special guest Joe Martin on 2nd harmonica, tracks 11 and 12. All these songs stand up and sing what they have on their minds – some with whimsical ear pictures, some with historical politics, some with the yearning of long gone friends. All with the great interpretive music of these master players – sometimes sounding like a laughing calliope and sometimes like the soundtrack strings to a life story.

Recorded mixed and mastered in a total of 14 hours this is Jim Page’s best album to date. Immediate, graceful, alive and self confident, these songs will change the way you listen to acoustic music.


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