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by Trains Things

A lyrical journey through the mysterious tracks of of life, death and trains.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Blue Grass Girl
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2. Underground
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3. Outlaw
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4. Hobo
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5. Big Train
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6. Going Somewhere
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7. Ned Kelly
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8. Fifteen Minutes
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9. Dreamer of All of Time
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Album Notes
A strange train theme runs through this album. I guess we all like to try and lay down some serious tracks for our lives to run along. Yet sometimes we find ourselves runaway on an unexpected track of fate. We make plans to be going somewhere, yet there’s a new switch or station around every bend, and the journey takes our hearts and souls somewhere we can't imagine.

Trains Things is a collaboration of Doug Rowe, Richard Newell and Keith Nesbitt. The songs were all recorded in one or two home studios in and about Bathurst, NSW, Australia. It happened slowly between 2005-2015. This never seemed like a very serious project, it was just a little something that happened in the background of our other lives. Somehow it became this alternative folk rock train ride. There’s a little acoustic, a little mandolin, a little electric, and a little violin. Some nice stories set about the Australian countryside. There’s some love, some bush rangers, something of our spirits and this recurring theme of trains. These are songs from the subconscious mystery of our collective undergrounds.

(Footnote: Doug Rowe passed away in 2015 and is now making tracks on the other side. Rest well Doug. Sit back and enjoy the scenery.)



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