New Roanoke Jug Band | When My Time On Earth Is Done

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When My Time On Earth Is Done

by New Roanoke Jug Band

Primitive gospel album with songs that consider life's ultimate question from various points of view, employing an array of American rural sounds along the way.
Genre: Folk: Jug Band
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1. Lord I Don't Want to Die in the Storm
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2. Kingdom's Come
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3. Ain't Gonna Lay My Armor Down
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4. Grandin Village
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5. Woke Up This Morning
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6. Jug Band Prayer of Death
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7. When I Get Home I'm Gonna Be Satisfied
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8. Man of Constant Sorrow
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9. Thou Carest Lord
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10. I Shall Not Be Moved
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11. Wish I'd-a Heard 'em
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12. In That Morning
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13. Rock Me Chariot
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14. Burnin' Hell
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15. Be Ready When the Bridegroom Comes
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16. Heaven's Airplane
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17. I'll Be Rested
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18. Heaven Bound
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
New Roanoke Jug Band is a four piece outfit hailing from the Star City, Roanoke, Virginia. This band puts their energy into the SONGS. Primitive vocal harmonies are backed by differing combinations of instruments including: washboard, jug, guitar, banjo, upright bass, harmonica, kazoo and more. The boys in the NRJB don't seek to recreate the records of their heroes, nor do they modernize the material. They play as if it was 80 years ago, using the sounds of American Roots Music to convey their huge repertoire of songs.

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