Who Hit John? | Whistle On the Rail

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Whistle On the Rail

by Who Hit John?

All original tracks in the styles of prewar blues, New Orleans jazz, Appalachian waltzes, and bluegrass. Think trumpet, banjo, mandolin, guitar, fiddle, drums, and double bass.
Genre: Folk: String Band
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1. Jassbo
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2. Dandelions
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3. For Old Times Sake
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4. Crooked Trail
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5. Daddy's Gone
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6. Real Men Dig Their Own Graves
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7. Old Joe Brown
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8. Two Left Feet
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9. The Sky Hangs Low
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10. Sweet Blue
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11. Hopkins Creek
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12. Junebug
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13. Intermission (Silent Track)
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14. Dos Gardenias
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Who Hit John?
Whistle on the Rail

The old-timey train that chugs out of this station makes some curiously infectious stops, with rollicking New Orleans horns, back-porch rootsiness, Tom Waits-style storytelling and even a Latin-flavored detour. This eclectic five-piece Kalamazoo string band has churned out its finest album yet at La Luna Recording & Sound (Ian Gorman is the mastering engineer), with harmony- and fiddle-hued tales of riverboat gamblers, crooked trails, June bugs, digging graves and crying "when you're daddy's gone." - John Sinkevics, Grand Rapids Revue



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