Jawbone Railroad | Pigweed

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Pigweed

by Jawbone Railroad

A rough and rowdy ride through the dusty steamer trunk of pre-war Americana. Delivered with a reckless approach to mandolin, resonator guitar, clawhammer banjo, stand-up bass and...kazoo, it's a bluesy old-timey chunk of music.
Genre: Folk: String Band
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1. Special Agent
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2. Stealin' Stealin'
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3. Aunt Caroline Dyer
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4. I Let My Daddy Do That
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5. Angelina Baker
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6. Gulf Coast Bay
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7. Swannanoa Tunnel
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8. Mammy, Keep Your Yes Ma'am Clean
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9. My Baby
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10. Down in Little Egypt
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11. Come Along Little Children
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12. Mississippi Yodeling Blues
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13. Railroad Bill
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14. Please Baby
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15. Yes, I Am the Devil
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jawbone Railroad digs into the depths of relatively obscure Americana to find gems of danceable fun. From minstrel songs to pre-war blues, their unpretentious approach flies in the face of the slicked-up stylings defining much of today's acoustic music. It's a more soulful interpretation indicative of a live studio recording void of the vanity of overdubbing and other studio tricks. Rooted in rural sounds this third album from the Montana trio sets the sights on the bluesy side of the tracks and rides it long and hard.


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