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1519

by 1519

Well-burnt torch of DC garage rock.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. My Boy
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2. Important Job
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3. Stagecoach Rustler
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4. All Alone
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5. Appearances
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6. The Tree
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7. Indian Summer
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8. Backyard Trash
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9. Fading Away
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10. D Blues
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11. 4 Rubber Tires and a Motor
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1519 has been bearing the well-burnt torch of garage rock ‘n roll in a remote SE DC alley for over a decade. What began as a weekly gathering of neighborhood pickers, strummers, bangers, ranters and screamers has evolved over time into a song-writing collaboration between Ted Coyle, Jon Haberman and Rich Lucas – backed up by veteran DC drummer Mike Magor and former Nog bassist Robert Moore. The rhythm section is accompanied most nights by Russell Sturm on a very un-portable, 1947 Hammond BV organ and Fred Reuss on rustic, over-electrified fiddle. From time to time, Ed Gilland will slip in a little extemporaneous primal-scream poetry –the texts of which are being assembled for a forthcoming anthology titled, “Edification.”

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