Hat Check Girl | Road to Red Point

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Road to Red Point

by Hat Check Girl

"...the musical settings only enhance the effect... something like the solo work of either Daniel Lanois or Robbie Robertson..." -- Oliver di Place
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. The Other Road
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2. Just Think Back
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3. Up in the County
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4. Scarlett
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5. Texas Burning
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6. Under Those Trees
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7. Road to Red Point
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8. Remember
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9. Cape Rouge
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10. Far Distant Shore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Most of the songs in this collection were written in October, 2011 in a little cottage near a remote stretch of the Oregon coast. It was late in the season, windy and quiet. We had driven up from Santa Barbara, stopping in small towns, looking at the world through the lens of a collection of depression-era photographs we had seen at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, specifically "Boys on the Road" by Hansel Mieth. And we had Julie Cleveland's haunting photo, "Road To Red Point", which appears on the the album cover, as our inspiration.


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