Tyler Keith | Alias: Kid Twist

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Alias: Kid Twist

by Tyler Keith

This is my first solo acoustic album. Guitar and a real piano. Mostly new songs with a few old ones done solo style. Country, Blues, Rock n Roll. Kid Twist was the name I used when I started playing solo shows. I had him killed off a few years back.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Roll That Stone
3:54 album only
2. Teardrops
2:28 album only
3. No More Trains
3:26 album only
4. Do It for Johnny
3:54 album only
5. I Guess We Don't Really Have That Much to Lose
4:46 album only
6. Kid Twist
3:59 album only
7. When the Holy Spirit Moves
2:26 album only
8. I'm About to Move On
2:35 album only
9. Go to Hell
3:15 album only
10. Big Pale Moon
3:11 album only
11. Scarlet Street
3:18 album only
12. Be Sure Your Sins
2:21 album only
13. Crooked Road
2:54 album only
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Album Notes
About 12 years ago I started playing solo shows at Georg Sheldon's Longshot Bar. 50$, food and as much as I could drink. Monday nights. I used the stage name Kid Twist. The Kid Twist from Monk Eastman's gang. A vicious dandy who came to a violent end. Seemed to work for a destitute rock n roller.
I played all my old song and wrote a bunch more. I found out there were a bunch of people going under the name Kid Twist so I had him killed off one night at the Jubilee Lounge. Johnny Valiant was seen feeling the scene.
I guess this record came out of those early gigs, although most of the songs are newer than that. Most of these songs come from the live shows I play now. I grew up playing Bluegrass with my family.
Andrew Ratcliffe recorded this at Tweed Studios in Oxford. We produced it together. Jeffrey Reed mastered it at TapRoot Audio.



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