Kelly Kristjanson | Too Late for Washington

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Too Late for Washington

by Kelly Kristjanson

The latest EP released by songwriter Kelly Kristjanson. It is a collection of songs that describe the important issues of the day here in America and particularly Washington state. “Why don’t you put that in your pipe and smoke it.”
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sno-Homeless County
4:11 $1.27
2. Coffee and Cannabis
3:09 $1.27
3. Trying to Live My Life Offline (State of Spies)
3:51 $1.27
4. Oil Train
3:09 $1.27
5. AY-102 Wasteland Washington
6:05 $1.27
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Sno-homeless County describes how people are living under I-5. Coffee and Cannabis is about pot being legal now in one of our country’s most caffeinated cities. Trying to live my life Offline describes the transparencies of living in a Facebook world.

Oil Train is about Washington’s current concern with a derailment catastrophe and the CD wraps things up with AY-102 (Wasteland Washington) about Hanford’s nuclear reservation and the fact they are over thirteen years behind on their plans to clean up the radiation there. “Why don’t you put that in your pipe and smoke it.”

All songs are written and recorded by Kelly Kristjanson with Guy Johnson on all electric guitars and he also plays bass on Coffee and Cannabis, and Oil Train. Rock On!



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