Jeff Randall | Welcome To Sleepytown

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Welcome To Sleepytown

by Jeff Randall

A blend of folk, country, a little bit of bluegrass and a whole lot of heart meant to take the listener to a place a little bit slower and simpler than the hustle and bustle of big city life.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Oh, Sleepytown
2:03 album only
2. Welcome Home
3:29 album only
3. Dark Horse
3:07 album only
4. I'd Be Happy To
2:41 album only
5. One Foot Down (The Ballad of Jimmy Buckwalter)
1:57 album only
6. Be it Your Bayou
2:24 album only
7. Old Bones
2:29 album only
8. Orange Blossom
2:16 album only
9. Trains
2:20 album only
10. Viola Victrola
2:03 album only
11. A Day Asleep ( Welome Home Reprise)
2:03 album only
12. Space
0:25 album only
13. Turkey Cobra
1:18 album only
14. Sundown Slowdown
2:11 album only
15. Dark Horse ( Vocal Edit)
3:05 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Jeff randall has been playing music for nearly three decades. At the age of four he was given his first drumset, and after that it was all over for him. By the age of sixteen Jeff had taught himself the guitar and was already recording so called albums with his brother and various other people who shared in his passion. " I have wanted to write and record songs. Dont get me wrong, I love the stage and playing live , but the studio for me is so liberating. There are so many possibilities."
After a decade of touring and recording with rock bands, Jeff was afforded the opportunity to do something that had always been a passion, to write and record a soundtrack. " I have always been a fan of film and music. The way that the two fit together is pure magic ." Welcome to sleepytown is not a soundtrack to a movie, but a soundtrack to the book, written by Mark A. Randall. "I didnt sit and watch a movie and score this record like I would if I were doing a movie, but I when my brother asked me to do this, he gave me some short stories he was writing for the book, and the music just fell into place."
"When people listen to this record, I want them to go somewhere else for a while. I recorded it to have that vintage sound. A simpler sound. There arent that many overdubs. I just wanted to do a pure album, and I am very proud of what I did."
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