Marty Kohn | The Hat Album

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The Hat Album

by Marty Kohn

Old, odd, forgotten and occasionally familiar songs performed by a singer-guitarist with a phonographic memory.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Victory Rag
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2. I Want To Go Back To Michigan
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3. The Storybook Ball
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4. Television
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5. My Name Is Morgan (But It Ain't J.P.)
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6. Cottonwood Shuffle
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7. Click Clack
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8. Waltzing With Bears
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9. Billy's Mule
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10. Come Take a Trip in My Airship
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11. Hang the Key on the Bunkhouse Door
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12. The Mason's Apron
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13. Outside
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14. 40 & 65
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15. Let the Ball Roll
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16. I Want to Go Back to My Little Grass Shack
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17. Give My Regards to Broadway
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Songs need to be played or they wither away. Many of the songs here have been rescued from undeserved obscurity. All of them are fun to discover, or re-discover. "The Hat Album," like my first CD, "Drawerful of Fives," is the result of meticulous hoarding, over several years, of five-dollar bills in my sweater drawer.


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