Reverend Casy | Freight Train Whistle

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Freight Train Whistle

by Reverend Casy

30 minutes of soaring, original material that joyfully wears its influences on its sleeve; Hank Williams and Johnny Cash, rockabilly, bluegrass, Ennio Morricone, The Pogues, The Jam, Madness and Dexys to name a few.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. Gene Vincent At My Funeral
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2. Los Colorados Valientes
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3. Tomorrow Will Be Too Late
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4. Broken Bird
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5. 'til the Lifting of the Curse
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6. Charles Byrne
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7. My Mother Used to Say
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8. Isabella Maria
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Album Notes
Country-spaghetti-western-gospel-folk. We're sure the original Reverend Jim Casy - fallen preacher, inspired union-organiser, and spiritual advisor to one Tom Joad - would be tappin' his feet and snappin' his fingers to this music. Voices, piano, banjo, accordion, harmonica and rhythm section united in upbeat, harmonious, tear-jerking glory. Some dustbowl soil has blown into England and got all mixed up with the dirt and fog of London, and inside these musicians' heads, John Steinbeck and Woody Guthrie rub shoulders with rockabillies, Mexicans and Irish rebels.


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