The Native Guerrillas | Authentic Frontier Gibberish

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Authentic Frontier Gibberish

by The Native Guerrillas

Territorial Northwest American Folk Music
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Traveler Come In
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2. Bag o' Bones
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3. Collapse of a Dream
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4. Jupiter Brings My Protection
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5. Demijohn the Baptist
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6. Swinging Bridges Jamble
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7. Year of the Rat
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8. Pennsylvania Jailbreak
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9. Dirty Britches
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10. Great Shame of My Life
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11. Straitjacket
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12. Economic Stimulus Package
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13. Eldorado Joe
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14. Rusty Laroux
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15. Numchuk Rag
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Native Guerrillas is a collision of the arid east and the sopping flood plains of the west. It is root and seed, the hammer and the anvil. Using guitars, piano, banjo, accordion, mandolin and voice, this group creates a sound that draws on diverse influences from across a distinctly American landscape. Sound travels more fluidly through time than space and in the songs of The Native Guerrillas you might hear the distant hum of Skip James rubbing against the industrial clang of Tom Waits, or the folk lyricism of John Prine grinding past the tectonic mass of Frank Zappa.


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