The Twilight Ranchers | Who Stole That Train?

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Who Stole That Train?

by The Twilight Ranchers

Hillbilly Bop, Western Swing and Rockabilly from some of New England's favorite Honky Tonkers.
Genre: Country: Western Swing
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Who Stole That Train?
2:19 album only
2. Drivin' 45
3:07 album only
3. Too Many Women
2:39 album only
4. I Don't Know Anything About Love
2:36 album only
5. Feelin' Low
2:25 album only
6. Lost John
2:44 album only
7. When I Made My Move
2:50 album only
8. Twin Guitar Roundup
2:31 album only
9. Three Empty Bottles
2:57 album only
10. No Shoes Boogie
2:27 album only
11. Get Rhythm
2:09 album only
12. Big Dig Boogie
3:29 album only


Album Notes
Since forming in Boston in 2002, the Twilight Ranchers have been playing their potent blend of Hillbilly Bop and Boogie to smiling audiences throughout New England and beyond. Their debut recording “Who Stole That Train?” is full of infectious rhymes and rhythms that are sure to keep toes tapping and feet flying.

Released in 2005, “Who Stole That Train?” received airplay throughout the United States and Europe and made many 2005 top ten playlists. Here’s what some folks have had to say:

…this brand new CD, produced by guitar whiz/master mixer Sean Mencher (High Noon, Sean Mencher Combo) is titled "Who Stole That Train?" out on the Cow Island record label. What we have here is an excellent East Coast blend of classic honky tonk, western swing and danceable hillbilly bop. It's like a blast of hot steam, motivatin' your boots up and onto the dance floor! This 12 track slice of “hay barn heaven” will undoubtedly make a big dent in the Americana charts in 2005, so be sure and look for it & listen for it wherever cool cowboys and hep train engineers congregate! All aboard!

Del Villarreal
"Go Kat, GO!
The Rock-A-Billy Show!"
WCBN 88.3 FM
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Welcome the Twilight Ranchers and their debut release, “Who Stole that Train?”. A tasteful mix of covers and originals, this is a thoroughly pleasurable bop, the kind of easygoing honky tonk / swinging boogie that invites you to git up and git dancin' right now. Hailing from Boston way, Twilight Ranchers can both sing and play ( not always a given) and with the help of Producer Sean Mencher, have released a CD that is guaranteed to send you searching out your favorite western wear and singing along to such toe-tappers as "Who Stole That Train", "Too Many Women", "Twin Guitar Roundup" and "Three Empty Bottles"... but you can't really go wrong, they're all good. This is a CD that you want to make room for in the CD player. What's especially nice about this CD is that it's relaxed. Both the music and the vocals have room to move and invite you along – no hurry, but lots of fun getting there.
Kay Clements
Host of “Roadhouse Twang” Radio Show
Point Reyes Station, California

So get in on the action and order a copy of “Who Stole That Train?” today!



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