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The Esoteric Ramblings Of

by The Electric Rag Band

Roots Music that Rocks!
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. There to Stay (Small Town Girl)
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2. Creep Up Fast
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3. The Jesus Trilogy
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4. Look At Me, Look At Me, Look At Me
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5. Slack
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6. Conflicted
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7. Just Maybe
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8. The M Rag
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9. All Rise
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10. Cool Front
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11. Pickin Frownin and Yellin
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12. Wish You Well
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13. Christian in Vegas
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14. And He Was
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15. It's Okay
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16. Blank
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17. Point O'Seven
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Album Notes
The Electric Rag Band is a guitar driven rock band that draws on many styles of American music of the last 100 years. Blues, Ragtime, Rockabilly, Hillbilly, Punk and everything in between. They play hard and they engage the crowd. The song structures and the playing are a bit more complex than your average modern rock band. They don't fit easily into any established genre. They are never boring or formula. This is their 5th CD.

Influences range from country blues artists like Blind Willie McTell and Big Bill Broonzy to newer acts like The Reverend Horton Heat, The Gourds, and the Black Keys.

They have played shows with:

Johnny Winter
Billy Joe Shaver
The Derailers
The Paladins
Split Lip Rayfield
Junior Brown
Bugs Henderson
Dale Watson
Deke Dickerson
Hot Club of Cowtown
Scott Biram
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
JD McPherson
Turnpike Troubadours
Little Charlie and the Nightcats
Charlie Musslewhite
Southern Culture on the Skids
Th' Legendary Shack Shakers
Dash Rip Rock
Kim Lenz and her Jaguars
Charles Brown
Luther Junior Johnson
Nick Curran


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