Jason Eklund & Roger Johnson | A Streamliner's Duet

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A Streamliner's Duet

by Jason Eklund & Roger Johnson

A playful conscience with a guitar, reminiscent of Woody G & other great storytellers.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. heaven's hold
4:20 album only
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2. walkin on the edge of that line
4:33 album only
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3. off the ground
4:11 album only
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4. grand ole levee
1:36 album only
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5. on the charles
1:59 album only
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6. the hermit
3:20 album only
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7. iron horses
4:17 album only
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8. west of witchita
6:15 album only
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9. fantasia in em
3:13 album only
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10. sacrifice sin evolution
1:01 album only
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11. song from the mountain
5:21 album only
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12. she's gone
4:25 album only
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13. children fo the endless night
4:21 album only
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14. lookin at you
5:03 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Widely recognized as one of the country's most talented singer/songwriters in its crop of young blues/folk performes, Eklund (with two prior releases on Flying Fish) is a raw force to be reckoned with, a playful conscience with a guitar, reminiscent at times of Woody Guthrie and other great American storytellers.

Eklund and Johnson joined forces to create this rough-and-ready theme project, recorded over a few days in late 1995. This feels-like-you're-in-the-next-room set runs from blues and folk songs to ragtime instrumentals to spoken word soliloquy. A heartfelt recording with a life of its own.

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