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Elias Krell & the No Good

by Elias Krell

Elias Krell & the No Good is an alternative folk record reminiscent of old-timey and blues.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Won't Help You Dance (Intro)
1:23 album only
2. Won't Help You Dance
1:33 album only
3. Decide
3:08 album only
4. Follow Me Home
4:15 album only
5. Averay
3:43 album only
6. Vibrate
2:17 album only
7. Back Around
4:56 album only
8. Apple in the Orchard
2:52 album only
9. This Little Ukulele
1:20 album only
10. Ralph's Song
3:47 album only
11. Passion
2:41 album only
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Album Notes
Maverick accordionist, ukulele, hollow body guitarist and vocalist Elias Krell is joined by accordionist and bass player Lewis Wallace and Madsen Minax in deftly weaved melodies, rhythmic and harmonic patterns under soaring vocal lines. All songs written by Elias Krell except “Vibrate”
(Rufus Wainwright, Master Mistress Music LLC,
ASCAP), “This little ukulele” (Stephin Merritt,
Gay and Loud Music, ASCAP), and “Passion”
poem by Alan Shefsky. On all tracks: Elias Krell:
Vocals, acoustic guitar, ukulele, whistling;
Madsen Minax: Electric bass, percussion,
electronics and electronic arrangements; Lewis
Wallace: Accordion. Except: Won’t help you
dance – Lewis Wallace and Janada on backing
vocals, whistling; Averay – Jenny Urban on
cajon; Follow me home – Lewis Wallace on
electric bass; Vibrate – Andrew Brown on
backing vocals



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