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Bad Livers | AKA The Mad Cat Trio (feat. Erik Hokkanen)

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AKA The Mad Cat Trio (feat. Erik Hokkanen)

by Bad Livers

Acoustic Americana played by master musicians in their prime.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Gold Rush
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2. Lock My Heart and Throw Away the Key
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3. The Milwaukee Blues
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4. Can't Feel At Home
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5. Down In the Willow Garden
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6. Ace of Spades
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7. My Deceitful Heart
4:06 $0.99
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8. Ol' Slew Foot
2:17 $0.99
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9. Billygoat Boogie
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10. Black Diamond
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11. The Farr Bros. Blues
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12. Crying Holy Unto the Lord
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From the Austin Chronicle:

LiveSet, Austin's answer to the Live at Gilley's archives, is the origin of Aka the Mad Cat Trio. Broadcast in early 1993, the Bad Livers surrogate/offshoot opens with a rousing instrumental every bit as evocative as its title, "Gold Rush," and after Barnes and local fiddle player Erik Hokkanen trade virtuosic solos. Interspersing traditional vocal fare like "Lock My Heart and Throw Away the Key" and the murder ballad "Down in the Willow Garden" with instrumentals as beautiful as Hokémon's "Sunset Waltz" or as suspiciously catchy as "Ace of Spades" and "Black Diamond," this from-the-vault release is a fairly essential addendum to the Livers catalogue.


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