The Train Song (Said the Outlaw to the Law Man)

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A demo! A demo with drums! This is a villain song for a smart villain who is right about many things. Think of this tune as an excerpt from a musical about colonialism and the Gold Rush, a musical that might or might not ever exist. This is the powerful string-pulling frontier swindler (Al Swearengen of Deadwood or Soapy Smith of Skagway, a character like that) singing to the sheriff attempting to make an arrest.


from Patreon Content! Patreontent., released July 7, 2017
Guitar by Nick Petumenos
Drums by Cameron Cartland
Bass by Dirk Westfall
Recorded by Lucy Peckham at Both Ears Sound in Anchorage, AK, Bennett Hilsgen, assistant
Mixed by Seth Boyer



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Marian Call loves making music for you. She sounds a little like Joni Mitchell meets They Might Be Giants & Regina Spektor for bourbon & laughs. She hails from Alaska but can often be found touring North America and Europe, and she lives on Twitter. Her songs are quirky, geeky, eclectic acoustic confections that taste like vanilla-cinnamon-chipotle something. ... more

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