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Neck & Neck

by Neck & Neck

Appalachian roots, California shoots. Good music for travelling cross country, even if it’s only in your mind. Includes liberal use of fiddle, banjo, and three-part harmonies.
Genre: Folk: String Band
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1. Bottom of the Well
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2. Dead at Your Desk
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3. 5AM Insomnia Blues
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4. Carolina
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5. Not Your Angel
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6. This Time Next Year
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7. Roll It Again
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8. Run Baby Run
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9. Dylar Breakdown
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10. Steel Rails
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11. Bathtime for the Baby
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12. Use to Be
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13. All Along the Watchtower
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Listen up friends!

We got Annie Rettic on fiddle (custom 5-string viola to be precise, Neck#1), mountain dulcimer, and some mighty fine vocals. She wrote a bunch of these songs. See if you can deduce what she's been through in the last year.

We got JT Moring on guitar (Neck#2), and whatever else was sitting around the studio: lap steel, mandolin, banjo, harmonica, and yes, tambourine. He wrote a bunch of other songs. Don't even bother trying to figure out where they came from.

Barry Brown keeps us honest from the ground up on bass. He sings whenever appropriate.

Evan Moring adds banjo where the banjo is due, and gave us the the somewhat grim Lady Liberty on the cover.

Joel Mendoza added cool percussion on the tracks recorded at Langdon Studios.

That's all for now - enjoy!

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