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11:59

by Trainreck

Modern day Alternative Mississippi Delta/Texas Blues,Hill Country Boogie and Electified Texas Spirituals
Genre: Blues: Dirty Blues
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1. The Dogs Are Comin' TRAINRECK
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4:13 $0.99
2. Last Ride TRAINRECK
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5:33 $0.99
3. Proof Is In The Pudding TRAINRECK
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3:35 $0.99
4. Goin' Down To The Depot TRAINRECK
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4:22 $0.99
5. Been Gone Too Long TRAINRECK
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3:35 $0.99
6. Believe You're Messin' with Me TRAINRECK
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3:47 $0.99
7. Ode to Otha TRAINRECK
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2:44 $0.99
8. Prelude To Confessin' TRAINRECK
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0:15 $0.99
9. Confessin' TRAINRECK
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4:31 $0.99
10. Here We Go Again TRAINRECK
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5:11 $0.99
11. Try Me One More Time TRAINRECK
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3:28 $0.99
12. Can't Do It All By Myself TRAINRECK
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4:33 $0.99
13. 11:59 TRAINRECK
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6:26 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
HERE WE GO AGAIN! The TRAINRECK is up and out of the Station again. Barrelling down the Tracks,Dirt
Roads,around the Bend,Street Corners and the like! This Recording may be TRAINRECK's FINEST! Smoking Hard Rocking Modern Delta similar to T-Model Ford's Raw Delta Holler;Hill Country Juke Grooves aka Junior Kimbrough, RL Burnside;Otha Turnerish Fife and Drums sounds from Washboard Jackson(With Guitar and Diddley Bow from KM Williams replacing the fife)and last but not least Rocking Raw Texas Churchhouse Spirtuals that sound like Blind Willie Johnson playing Electrifed Gospel in the 21st Century. KM's vocals have that Holiness Church Preacher whoop, with Washboard Howling in the background;Both playing with an intensity that has to be heard to be believed! "11:59" may be one for the Ages! DON'T MISS THIS ONE! - THE RED DOG


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Brent

Junior did you teach this guy?
I had to write another review. The first track says it all. The Dogs have arrived, and its eerie. KM Williams puts the word eerie into the Kimbrough like sound, and add the Bow sound on the Ode to Otha, and you really have something. None of the drumming to me on Junior's music is as good as the drums, and washboard playing of Washboard Jackson. I can't believe I'm writing this because not only is Junior Kimbrough one of my favorites, but I also consider him one of my main influences. Get these guys out to the West Coast!

John the Revelator

Hill Country Boogie Gospel Stomp!
YEA! Hard Rockin' Boogie like my Brothers R. L. Burnside and Jr. Kimbrough;Raw Modern Delta that would make T-Model smile;and above all a Postive Gospel Message that Makes Blind Willie Johnson Proud!Halleujah and keep up the Boogie!

Si

Keep the train rollin'!
I love it! - I don't think this album could be any more if they tried! 'Here we go again' is just so catchy I can't stop singing it!! And 'The dog's are coming' is a very good way to open the album - spooky stuff!

Brent

Among the finest Hill Country, and Texas blues that I have heard.
Among the finest Hill Country blues that I have heard. I can see Fred Mcdowell, Junior Kimbrough, and RL Burnside smiling in Heaven. Along with Blind Willie Johnson.