Moonsville Collective | Cradle to the Grave

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Cradle to the Grave

by Moonsville Collective

Old-time Stringband/Country/Folk/Americana music created by the new generation of American traditionalist songwriters.
Genre: Country: Old-Timey
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1. Millionaires
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3:40 $1.29
2. Rum Runners
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3. Gone but Not Forgotten (Levon)
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4:08 $1.29
4. In My Mind
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4:13 $1.29
5. Ballad of Popcorn Sutton
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4:59 $1.29
6. Doin' Just Fine
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3:59 $1.29
7. Monday Somebody
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4:36 $1.29
8. Moonsville Train
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4:09 $1.29
9. Bun in the Oven
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6:23 $1.29
10. Doghouse Live (Bonus Track)
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Album Notes
OC Weekly named Moonsville Collective as best live band of 2012.

Moonsville Collective is an Old-Time band whose sound is rooted in the various American musical styles found, and often left behind, in Pre-War (WWII) America. The various songwriters in the group work independently and collectively to create a unique batch of String Band, Folk, Country, Dixie and New Orleans Rag music that is sure to warm the soul and induce a jig good as any Cat Daddy batch on the market could. Each member of Moonsville has firm roots in this musical tradition and aim not to reproduce nostalgia of a time forgotten, but rather ressurect the ghost of America’s rich musical cultural history, which most importantly is rooted in community. Moonsville Collective plays community music. The table is large, the harvest is plenty and the drink is ripe. Break bread with us. Everyone is invited.

Seth Richardson - Upright Bass
Drew Martin – Percussion, stomps, hoots
Bill Bell – Fiddle
“Hot Hands Dan” Richardson – Dobro, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vocals
T.W. Hill – Horns, Harp, keys, vocals
Corey Adams – Banjo, guitar, mandolin, vocals
Ryan Welch – Guitar, banjo, mandolin, harp, vocals


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