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Curtis Eller's American Circus | 1890 (Remix)

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1890 (Remix)

by Curtis Eller's American Circus

Banjo songs about rampaging circus elephants, Civil War widows, crooked politicians, performing chimps and circus train derailments.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Washtenaw County
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2. Following This Ghost
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3. Call Off the Investigation
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4. 1000 Feet of Throat
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5. The Bravest of Climbers
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6. Sinner, You Better Get Ready
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7. Queen of Detroit
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8. The Execution of Black Diamond
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9. Hornets in the Daisies
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10. 1890
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Curtis Eller is New York City's angriest yodelling banjo player. He started his show business career at the age of seven as a juggler and acrobat, but has since turned to the banjo because that's where the money is.

Mr. Eller and his band "The American Circus" have appeared at funerals, horse races, burlesque shows and vaudeville revues. His biggest musical influences are Buster Keaton, Elvis Presley and Abraham Lincoln.

The album "1890" has been completely remixed and remastered by Mr. Joseph "Joebass" Dejarnette in 2011 from the digital transfers by Mr. Al Tharp! Song subjects include, but are not limited to rampaging circus elephants, performing chimps, doomed mountain climbers, Civil War widows, midget auto workers and circus train derailments.

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