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Last Train Out

by The Human Project

Blues Rock, Southern Rock, Classic Rock = Human rock. Foot pattin, finger poppin good time.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Friday Thang
4:44 $0.99
2. River Rock
4:27 $0.99
3. Requiem For Washington
6:35 $0.99
4. Juke Joint Showdown
4:29 $0.99
5. Running From the Shotgun
5:26 $0.99
6. Right Wing Billy
5:22 $0.99
7. Vicodin Blues
7:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
Loyd Vandergriff, better known as “The Human” to his friends and fans, has just released his first new CD of all original material in over 3 years entitled “Last Train Out.” This is The Human’s 4th release and picks up where he left off before, combining blues rock, southern rock, and classic rock to give you what is now being called by his fans…Human Rock. The Human’s style and lyrics have slowly begun to attract a lot of attention. It is not uncommon to see people smiling when they listen to his music. His songs tell stories people can easily relate too. Critics have said his lyrics paint a visual picture on canvas of what is going on in the song. Some are fun, some deep and thought provoking. Most just make you smile and make you want to pat your feet and pop a cold one. The new CD starts off with “Friday Thang,” a smoking rocker that tells what Fridays used to be like for the Human, starting in his college days and moving on well into the future. “River Rock” has a Cajun, zydeco feel to it with a smoking accordion and fiddle. Infectious? Yeah. Party on the river is on! “Requiem for Washington” is a slow blues tune with The Human supplying a scalding indictment of the current political mess in Washington. “Juke Joint Showdown,” is a rocker that almost cannot be contained. The studio about came unglued laying this track. A southern rocker from start to finish, that will have you moving and grooving. “Running From the Shotgun,” is a folk type rocker. It was also on Best of the Human Project, but Loyd wanted to re-do it, so here it is. Billy, he is young and got sucked in by hormones and heat of opposite sex, and when the time came, he just could not go through with it. “Right Wing Billy,” takes a shot at the extreme right of the political spectrum. It is by no means a criticism of solid, middle of the road conservatism. The CD closes with “Vicodin Blues,” a slow groove of a tune about addiction. It harkens back to the day of FM radio and the long cut.
Are you ready for a fresh experience in this unique genre of music? See what his fans have been talking about, from Switzerland to the USA. Pick a copy of “Last Train Out,” and get yourself humanized. They don’t make music like this much anymore.
Loyd resides in Fresno/Clovis, CA with his lovely wife Hilda.
The Real Stuff. 2006
Human Project II, Humanized 2008
The Best of The Human Project 2010
Last Train Out 2011



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Jeff Johnson

Gritty, Bluesy, Articulate
The Human has a real winner with his latest, "Last Train Out." The recording quality is, succinctly, outstanding. Every song begs the listener to not only "crank it up" and "pop a cold one", but also to consider the message carried by the lyrics. The first cut, Friday Thang, is one of those songs that will strike a cord with every listener because most will certainly relate to the Friday night rituals so cleverly portrayed in the lyrics, rhythm and beat. This guy stays close to the street and to his blue collar roots. And, his music is just so damn good!


A fan in WI
Been a fan since The Real Stuff. No one grabs my attention and holds it like The Human. The stories can make you feel like you are right there living them. Anyone who doesn't buy one or all 4 of the CD's is surely missing out. I can't wait for the new cd to get here. Thanks Loyd. Hope this isn't the last cd out.


this deserves 10 stars
WOW!!!! it doesn't get any better than this. ordered a few of these as gifts for family and friends. ty for your music Human you are an artist who deserves to go all the way to the top!!


ty for your music Loyd
my husband and I have been fans of Loyd's since the Right Stuff .. he never disappoints and his show on kcor is one we look forward to every Saturday .. ty Loyd for your dedication and for keeping your fans rocking .. love to you and your family .. keep rocking .. hugs, Debbie