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Rubber Wheels

by Jackstraw

bluegrass
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Mexican Stomp
2:22 album only
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2. Country Dave
3:17 album only
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3. Far Away
4:12 album only
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4. Saint Elanor
2:18 album only
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5. What Was I Supposed To Do
2:37 album only
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6. goldentooth
0:14 album only
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7. One Thousand Miles
2:17 album only
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8. radishes
0:26 album only
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9. Rubber Wheels
2:33 album only
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10. Rusty The Rambler
3:59 album only
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11. You Won't Be Satisfied That way
2:49 album only
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12. Presidents Waltz
3:02 album only
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13. Get Me A Ticket
1:51 album only
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14. Ohio
7:19 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rubber Wheels is the 5th release from Jackstraw. This album features lead vocals from all four members and more original songs then any of their albums so far. Rubber Wheels kicks off with a driving and twisted rendition of Frank Wakefield's "Mexican Stomp" and then shifts into "Country Dave", an original country song written by David Pugh (mandolin). The album also includes some beautiful ballads such as " Far Away" and "Ohio" written by Darrin Craig. Jesse Withers (bass) sings lead on "What Was I Supposed To Do" ( ) and Jon Neufeld (lead guitar) sings one of his own - a mid tempo song entitled "One Thousand Miles". David Pugh also throws in some of his original instrumental tunes with "Rusty the Rambler" and "The President's Waltz". Other tunes include "St. Elanor" (written by Darrin Craig) and "You Won't Be Satisfied That Way"(taken from Bill Monroe/Doc Watson). All in all, Rubber Wheels gives its listeners a well-rounded album of fine music rooted in the tradition of bluegrass.

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David Lipkind

This band keeps getting better
I have heard all of Jackstraw's records, and they really hit a home run with this one. They all sing with grit, play beautifully, and write fine tunes.

hell yeah!
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Eluta Watson


pristine condition, fabulous movin-n-groovin music that you cannot help but bob to! thanks!
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