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Phantom Train

by The Marshall Pass

Phantom Train is the debut album from The Marshall Pass. For more information visit
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Abilene
2:44 $1.00
2. Blue and Gray
3:49 $1.00
3. Boot Hill Bound
2:15 $1.00
4. California Blue
4:08 $1.00
5. Default Line
2:41 $1.00
6. Stranded in Perdition
4:26 $1.00
7. Redemption Hill
2:57 $1.00
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Album Notes
The Marshall Pass began as a project of Duncan’s in the Winter of 2012. The songs that would become Abilene and Stranded In Perdition were written for Pistol Whipped. That April, the singer and guitarist of Pistol Whipped, Scott Ricciuti, died in a tragic car accident. Scott’s death would forever change the lives of his family and friends and created a musical void that cannot be filled.

Not long after Scott’s death, Duncan played these songs for Craig and the two commiserated over the loss of their friend and musical partner. Taking the songs home with him, Craig called later to say that he had written lyrics and melodies for them. The following weekend, at Duncan’s house, the vocals were recorded. In the months that followed, the two continued to collaborate in the same way: Duncan writing instrumental songs that Craig would listen to and write lyrics and melodies for.

Phantom Train is the beginning of this collaboration.

"Upon my first listen to The Marshall Pass EP "Phantom Train" I thought I was listening to some sort of transcendental eulogy. Lush acoustic guitars and vocals that delivered a universal sermon comforted me as I floated around the details of minimal instrumentation and layered choruses. Upon further investigation it was no surprise that the two responsible for The Marshall Pass drew their inspiration from the passing of a great friend and musical confidant. Mapping the vibe and overall feel of the record is the healing process and that process is what navigates the myth of the "Phantom Train" from loss to redemption." - Jeremy Moses Curtis



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