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Album: Railroad Earth
# Song Title   Time
1)    Long Walk Home
2)    Jupiter & the 119, The
3)    Black Elk Speaks
4)    Day on the Sand
5)    Lone Croft Farewell
6)    Too Much Information
7)    Spring-Heeled Jack
8)    On the Banks
9)    Potter's Field
 

Album: Railroad Earth
# Song Title   Time
1)    Long Walk Home
2)    Jupiter & the 119, The
3)    Black Elk Speaks
4)    Day on the Sand
5)    Lone Croft Farewell
6)    Too Much Information
7)    Spring-Heeled Jack
8)    On the Banks
9)    Potter's Field
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Andy Goessling (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro, banjo); Todd Sheaffer (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Tim Carbone (vocals, electric guitar, violin); John Skehan (vocals, bouzouki, mandolin); Carey Harmon (vocals, drums, percussion); Andrew Altman (upright bass, electric bass).
  • Audio Mixer: Angelo Montrone.
  • Recording information: The Majestic Music Factory, Brooklyn, NY; Water Music, Hoboken, NJ.
  • Photographer: Manjari Sharma.
  • Railroad Earth's sixth full-length outing finds the New Jersey-based progressive folk-rockers in fine form, tastefully building organic, sonic backdrops around lead vocalist Todd Sheaffer's rich, Americana-influenced narratives. Both classic and forward-thinking, the band may be steeped in common jam band trappings (the nearly 12-minute instrumental "Spring-Heeled Jack" would be far more interesting in a live setting), but between the epic steel-rail journey of "The Jupiter & the 119," the mournful Celtic-inspired balladry of "On the Banks," and the Liege & Lief-era Fairport Convention swing of "Lone Croft Farewell," Railroad Earth have both the chops and the amiable gait of a group of musicians who know each other inside out, coming off as authentic enough for traditionalists and noodly enough for die-hard Phish phans and Deadheads. ~ James Christopher Monger
Professional Reviews
Uncut (magazine) (p.91) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[With] the wistful 'Long Walk Home', which balances the group's historical bent with the achingly personal."
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