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Last Train Out

by Last Train Out

Old school rock 'n' roll!
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Heart of an Outlaw
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2. You're No Good for Me
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3. Reachin' for the Sky
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4. Love Me in the Morning
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5. Too Complicated
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6. Lonesome Hearted Stranger
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7. Red Eye Sauce
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8. Standin' in Your Shadow
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9. Sweet Addiction
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10. I Don't Want to Leave You
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11. Burn One Down
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12. Last Train Out
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Album Notes
Last Train Out is a blues based rock 'n' roll band whose original songs intentionally echo the great music of the late '60s and early '70s. Their eponymous debut features 12 barn burning tracks, all delivered with a swagger and verve befitting the term "classic rock." Personnel include Lou Kaplan (ex-Savoy Brown and Mad Jack) on bass and vocals, Bob Bachta (ex-Joe Whiting Band) on guitar, and Al Macomber (ex-Savoy Brown and Mad Jack) on drums. The album was co-produced by Last Train Out, ex-Blue Cheer guitarist Andrew "Duck" MacDonald, and Grammy Award winning engineer Rob Hunter. MacDonald describes Last Train Out's music as "a cross between Bad Company and Lynyrd Skynyrd." High praise indeed!


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Leon Stilrag

I think I just blew a 15......
What does it sound like when 3 guys with a love for Blues/Rock put their hearts and souls completely behind their music? This is what it sounds like! From the second I opened the first track I felt an urge to crank up the old Pioneer 5-ways to well beyond the tolerance levels of the neighbors and the local noise limits. Not only does the musicianship and original songwriting shine throughout, the quality of the the recording and mix is superb. It's an infectious feeling when a band love what they play and give it their all. I'm not just impressed by this effort, I'm completely blown away. Gotta go, I think the law is at the door.........

Victoria Calandra

Last Train Out is Outlaw Rock ~N~ Blues
I opened the mail last week, only to find the much anticipated album, "Last Train Out!" It absolutely blew me away, and made my day, month, and year! I say album, because it takes me back to the days of vinyl, when you heard a CLASSIC for the first time. The album gives you chills, and makes your heart race, which are both so palpable , and will make your spirit come alive! There are not enough adjectives to describe how amazing the songs are on this album. I have played it four times through my M-AUDIOS, and that was on the first day! There is such a deep level of Classic Rock and Blues, that is ingrained into this album. The band has a certain synergy, that takes you back to a different time, when bands like Bad Company, Deep Purple, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and ZZ Top ruled, and were making history. Lou Kaplan's voice, is so very unique, with this earthy, growling, rock and blues vibe, while playing a pounding bass style, that are reminiscent and comparable to Glenn Hughes, with a bit of Paul Rodgers flavor, thrown into the mix. Bob Bachta is amazing on guitar, with his classic Rock & Blues infusion. Al Macomber, on drums, has such a tasty groove going on, and hits it in the pocket, with chops that are so very classic! One listen, and you will be hooked! Last Train Out has managed to be one of the most electric, energetic, and spiritual bands, (as well as albums,) around today! Listening to the album, makes you feel as though you are watching them play live, with the amazing connection they have with their audience! You know that a lot of love, heart, and soul was put into the mix of this entire album. Even the sound of the train, is so very haunting. Might I add, the Co-producers, Grammy Award winning engineer, Robert Hunter, and Ex-Blue Cheer Guitarist, Andrew "Duck" MacDonald, did a brilliant job! I strongly suggest everyone buy this incredible album immediately!