Tom Pacheco | Railroad Rainbows and Talkin' Blues

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Railroad Rainbows and Talkin' Blues

by Tom Pacheco

Americana
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Out in the Spooky Country
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2. Riding With Mr. Thompson
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3. Ten Cent Gas
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4. The Girl From Tornado Country
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5. Ship of Light
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6. Someday
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7. Annie's Homemade Pies
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8. Donuts and Deer
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9. In a Room Full of Guitars
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10. Sweet Hell
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11. Who
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12. Man From Illinois
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13. This Grand Old Land
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tom was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the eldest of jazz musician Tony Pacheco’s nine children. Tutored by his father at age 10 on classical and jazz guitar, it wasn’t long before Tom fell under the spell of Woody Guthrie, Phil Ochs and Bob Dylan. At the age of 18 Tom found himself in Greenwich Village playing coffeehouses and recording with various musicians. Since then, he has lived in Nashville, Tennessee, Austin, Texas, and Dublin, Ireland.

His songs have been covered by Jefferson Starship, the Band, Rick Danko, Richie Havens, and dozens of European artists.

Tom currently lives in Woodstock, NY and loves performing for live audiences. He considers everyone “a friend I have never met”

Once you have heard Tom’s music, you will made a friend for life.


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Michael Sosik

Railroad Rainboxs and talkin\' Blues
Listening to this album is like reading the newspaper. There is a little of everything, all or most of which we can relate to. Anyone who has walked many miles can relate to the songs he created - From Ten Cent Gas to Annie\'s Homemade Pies - this points to our sad state of affairs with the US economy and politics! God Bless You Tom!! You hit the nail on the head!

Chris Deakin

Tom Pacheco - Railroad Rainbows and Talkin\' Blues
This album was made by two brothers Tom & Paul Pacheco.They play together and compliment each other as you would expect from two close family members.
The songs written by Tom are observations of how life is or was on this earth and blends the characteristics of many diverse humans into 13 brilliant songs.You should give this CD a try and may find that you\'ve been missing the work of an extremely talented artist.

Nancy Stitham

Railroad Rainbows and Talkin\' Blues
This is a real piece of Americana written in the spirit of Woody Guthrie, Tom takes up all over America, with special attention provided to Tornado Country,,,