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The Old Part of Town

by The Old Part of Town

Original Americana
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Mabelline
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2. Black Wind
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3. Nickel and Dime
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4. Raybans and a Speedo
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5. Old Leather Shoes
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6. Your Secret's Safe With Me
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7. Airstream
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8. True Lover's Time
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9. Outta Time and Moonshine
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10. You'll Wish That You Had Not
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11. I Don't Wanna Do You Wrong
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12. Tilting At Windmills
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The debut recording from the Baltimore acoustic band fronted by singer-songwriters Matt Douglass (lead, slide, and resonator guitars, mandolin, lap steel, lead and backing vocals) and Sam Nitzberg (6- and 12-string guitars, harmonica, ukulele, lead and backing vocals), it features tight harmonies and well-crafted original songs. Joining Matt and Sam on the CD are band-mates John Seay (bass, backing vocals), Steve Raskin (drums, percussion) and Marc Wexler (mandolin).

Recorded starting in late 2014 through early summer of 2015, and mixed by Andy Bopp, who also added bass, electric guitar and vocals to the project, it features some terrific musicians from around the Baltimore area on many of the tracks: John Shock (accordion), Bill Beachcler (drums), Lou Shach (harmonica), Alan Oresky (violin and chin-cello), Natasha Ramirez Leland (vocals), along with former TOPOT Residents Patrick Sheridan (bass) and Davis Shingleton (mandolin).

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