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Down in the Cellar

by Flatfoot

Limited stock on this album! Americana Rock with a wide sweep - from banjo to pop harmonies to jet engine lap guitar - death, love and redemption.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Out In The Streets
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2. Bottle For The Baby
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3. Kentucky
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4. Letter #6
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5. Silence On My Doorstep
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6. Hard Headed Woman
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7. Indifference
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8. New Rome
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9. Do You Justice
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10. Buffalo Creek
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11. Sleep All Day
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12. Falsetto
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13. Grandaddy
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Album Notes
(We only have a few copies left of this album)

Mixing influences such as Howling Wolf, Johnny Horton, the Rolling Stones, Tom Waits and the Jayhawks, Flatfoot explores the corners of Americana.

Brothers Jason (vocals, guitar, banjo, electric piano) and Aaron (vocals, guitar, slide/ pedal/ lap guitars, harmonica) Bales took the name Flatfoot from the antihero of a summer camp story. Kindred spirit Tom McCartan (bass, vocals) quickly joined, and violinist J.P. Nichols rounded out the initial band, from which songs such as the dark Buffalo Creek (based on the Buffalo Creek disaster of 1972) and the dreamy Indifference were born.

After the addition of punk-based drummer Joe Irvin, Flatfoot was able to plug in and expand its range. Down In The Cellar demonstrates that range, from the guitar love of Out In The Streets to the blues stagger of Bottle for the Baby to the traditional, pedal steel accented Kentucky all the way to the pop flourishes on Sleep All Day.


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jimmy alter

this is the finest release i've heard in some time. watch out pancho and lefty, flatfoot is taking over.

Jane Kilmer

excellent CD
This CD was excellent. A lot of fun! Very unique!