Duke City Swampcoolers | It Ain't the Years

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It Ain't the Years

by Duke City Swampcoolers

bluegrass,newgrass,swing/jazz,and country gospel
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. By the Rio Puerco
3:33 album only
2. Lonesome Pine
3:11 album only
3. Two Cat Woman
2:56 album only
4. It Ain't the Years
4:39 album only
5. Please Come Home
3:27 album only
6. I Am the Man Thomas
3:21 album only
7. Friend of the Devil
2:42 album only
8. Growin' Old in New Mexico
2:28 album only
9. Dogwood in the Snow
3:14 album only
10. I Understand
3:07 album only
11. Wings of a Dove
2:49 album only
12. Chama to Antonito
2:45 album only
13. Caravan
4:48 album only
14. Angel Band
4:05 album only
15. Jackrabbit Run
1:22 album only


Album Notes
In the desert southwest, when the summer sun is beating down, it is the trusty swamp cooler, more mundanely known as the "evaporative cooler" which cools the dry desert heat and saves the day. The Duke City Swampcoolers like to think of themselves in that way. The Duke City Swampcoolers is a bluegrass band from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Albuquerque is known as the "Duke City" because it was originally named for a Spanish duke. The band is made up of an eclectic mix of people who do an equally eclectic mix of folk, bluegrass, and gospel music with a little jazz and swing thrown in for good measure. Official "Swampcoolers" include Jesse Rael( songwriter, vocal, bass, mandolin, guitar, dobro and sound man), Bill Dufault( vocal/songwriter, guitar, mandolin), John Bryan( vocal/songwriter, banjo, bass, and sound man), and Aaron Combs(vocal, fiddle, guitar) and Tony Smith( vocal/songwriter, guitar). The Duke City Swampcoolers hope you enjoy the music and that it makes you cry sometimes and laugh at others because that is what life is all about!



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James H. Webster

Great CD! Loved it!
Loved the CD and loved the variety of songs on the CD. Glad that New Mexico magazine wrote about it, otherwise I
would never have known about it. I'm particularly fond of banjo playing.

David Munro

It Ain't The Years
We saw the Swampcoolers in Albuquerque in June when breezing thru on Route 66. They were great live and this album captures their infectious enthusiasm.Thanks Guys,long may you play !