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Railyard Reunion Derailed

by Various Artists

Railyard Reunion is a new, New Mexico- based bluegrass and beyond band. Everything from Wabash Cannonball to Dial Wine-One-One for Hangover Help. Move over little dogs, a new dog is in town.
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1. Wabash Cannonball
Tim Nolen
5:46 album only
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2. Banks of the Ohio
Tim Nolen
6:34 album only
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3. Barefoot Dancing Angel
Tim Nolen
5:05 album only
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4. Cactus Jump
Tim Nolen
3:27 album only
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5. Cracks in the Wall
Tim Nolen
5:52 album only
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6. Poor Boy's Delight
Gus Kyriakos
3:42 album only
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7. Railyard Two-Step
Railyard Reunion
2:47 album only
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8. Dial Wine One-One
Tim Nolen
4:40 album only
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9. Glendale Train
Dan Michael
4:14 album only
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10. Tequila Sally
Tim Nolen
3:50 album only
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11. Pretty Little Girl from Galax
Gus Kyriakos
2:25 album only
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12. Down in Santa Fe
Timothy Nolen
4:36 album only
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13. Long Road Home
Tim Nolen
3:27 album only
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14. I'm Just Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail
Gemma Deragon
3:07 album only
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15. Don't Bother Comin' Home
Tim Nolen
5:48 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hey, Y'all, we are the new dog on the block! Tim Nolen is Texas born and a Santa Fean by choice. Spent 43 years as a lead baritone all over the Opera world, yes, including the Metropolitan Opera, sang the leads in five shows on Broadway, including The Phantom of the Opera and Sweeney Todd and is now the banjo player, song writer and arranger for Railyard Reunion Bluegrass Band. Opera and Broadway were fun, but Bluegrass is just as much fun. Maybe even more. Our lead guitarist, Gus Kyriakos, is so good, he thinks he gets paid by the note. He can even sing. (Don't tell him I said that. He'll get a swelled head.) Gus always asks, "How did an opera and Broadway star ever become a banjo player?" The answer might have something to do with tequila. Dan Michael is our mando man and has a real feel for the old tunes. And he's got that old-timey voice sound. Gemma DeRagon plays fiddle with such a sweet, lyrical sound that it makes me cry. "I'm just here to get my Baby Out of Jail" is a true story for her. Terrible Terry Bluhm is a monster on the upright bull fiddle. We fondly call him stretch because his hand can reach from the top of the bass to the middle! I'm delighted to write for the band. Sometimes, they even like a tune. Gus likes "Down in Santa Fe" and "Long Road Home." I know because he occasionally requests that we do one of them. We don't know what Terry likes. He's very quiet. But I suspect it's 'Dial Wine One-One for Hangover Help." Buy "Railyard Reunion Derailed." We need the money for my "medicine." All right, I like expensive tequila! Respectfully yours, Tim Nolen for Railyard Reunion.

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