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by Stevie Coyle

The last original Wayback has departed the band and here steps out solo, with a good old-fashioned concept album on a grand scale.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Mr. Oster's Theme
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2. Train On the Brain
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3. (Row to Rue)
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4. Rue du Romie
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5. (Row to Shore / Buskers)
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6. Cousin Sally Brown
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7. (Into the Tent / Serpentina Spiel)
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8. Cousin Sari Brown
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9. (Imagine That)
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10. The Petrified Man
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11. (Bartle Bros. Spiel)
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12. Penny Wishes
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13. (Bettelheim the Great Spiel)
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14. Bruno's Revenge
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15. (From Tent to Roustabouts' Campfire)
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16. The Falcon
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17. (Campfire to Midway)
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18. Microphone Fever
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19. (Leaving the Lot / Bus Ride)
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20. The Last Song
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21. She Ain't Got Me
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Album Notes
It's a far cry from the sweet, simple little fingerstyle guitar album he thought he was making when he started a year and a half ago. "But lordy, when The Muse taps you, you just gotta answer. Especially if she taps you with a fricking baseball bat. For much of the making of this record I felt like I was just taking dictation ... from my own subconscious. What a wave THAT was to ride."

Produced by acoustic guitar guru Walter Strauss, "Ten-In-One" is a concept album, ostensibly about a trip to a sideshow and back. "It's probably about other things , too," adds Stevie. "But just what, exactly, well, that's not for me to say."

The cast includes:

Mike Marshall (David Grisman, Darol Anger, Choro Famoso) on mandolin
Sam Bevan (Grisman, Joe Craven, Matt Flinner) on bass
Philip Aaberg (Windham Hill, Eugene Friesen) on accordion
Hank Roberts (Bill Frisell) on cello
Kit Walker (Kundalini Boombox, Airto Moreira) on keys and loops
Kendrick Freeman (Alison Brown) on drums and percussion
Heidi Clare (AtAGallop, Reeltime Travelers) on fiddle
Dr. Robby Virus (Project Pimiento) on theremin
Marla Fibish (Three Mile Stone) on mandolin
Rich DePaolo (Ten Sleep) on electric guitar, mixing and mastering
Mike Phelan (Marley's Ghost), Corinne West, Teresa Tudury, Misty Browning and Rachel Tree on vocals
Nick Weber, Stevie's old ringmaster from circus days, is The Voice of The Talker
Walter Strauss produced and plays guitar and percussion and sings
Stevie plays guitar and lap steel and sings.

There are 8 originals, one trad and 3 covers.

Aren't you glad you asked?

"... ambitious and impressive solo debut ... imaginative, intelligent, clever, highly skilled musically and fearlessly conceived in the spirit of 'Sgt. Pepper's' ... 'Ten-In-One' deserves repeated listening, and takes its place in my collection as one of the finest albums I've heard this year." - Paul Liberatore, Marin Independent Journal, July 10, 2009



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