The Suitcase Junket | Knock It Down

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Knock It Down

by The Suitcase Junket

A throat-singing, slide-guitar playing, whistling one-man-band featuring a suitcase bass-drum, a hi-hat, a gas-can with a baby-shoe beater, and a ply-wood parlor guitar found in a dumpster. This second album is bigger, grungier and deeper than the first.
Genre: Blues: Slide Guitar Blues
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1. Radio Flyer
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5:09 $1.29
2. Backyard Fence
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3:56 $1.29
3. Rocket Shot
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3:40 $1.29
4. Bone
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3:12 $1.29
5. When We Land
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3:13 $1.29
6. Eileen
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4:01 $1.29
7. Boat On Shore
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3:23 $1.29
8. Time Behind
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4:30 $1.29
9. Athena
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10. Red and Golden
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
-"Remember the first day you heard The Suitcase Junket on the radio...his songwriting is extraordinary...This is one of the most exciting records I've heard in years."
-Vin Scelsa of Idiot's Delight on WFUV and Sirius/XM

"With a guitar from an oil can and a percussion section hidden inside a piece of battered luggage...he performed his wonderfully passionate roots music, belted forth from the junk he’d stitched together. All by himself, he sounded like a full hobo band playing on a train racing rhythmically onward." -Preview Massachusetts Magazine, July 2011.

"A listen to the music he creates reveals a deft touch and a heady knack for assembling sounds"
-The Valley Advocate, October 2010.

- "This is a grandly executed, highly individual effort from start to finish."
-The Valley Advocate, April 2010.


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