Railroad Earth - Railroad Earth mp3 album
Title: Railroad Earth
Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Fusion, Bluegrass
Date of release: 2010
Size MP3: 1936 mb
Size FLAC: 1846 mb
Format: VOC MPC AIFF MP2 MOD AC3 WAV
Railroad Earth is a American band formed in Stillwater, New Jersey in 2001. The band's music combines elements of progressive bluegrass, folk, rock, country, jazz, Celtic and other Americana influences. Recognized as "carrying on the tradition of improvisational, genre-spanning music laid forth by the Grateful Dead," Railroad Earth is known for lyrical songwriting and extensive live improvisation.
The Good Life (Railroad Earth album). The Good Life is the third studio album by the bluegrass/jam band Railroad Earth, released on June 8, 2004. So many jam bands seem to forget the importance of good song writing with meaningful lyrics. Railroad Earth's songs are well-crafted stories, and are delivered with outstanding musicianship and strong vocals.
Railroad Earth's songs are well-crafted stories, and are delivered with outstanding musicianship and strong vocals. The musical duties are distributed in pretty much the same way here as on their previous two releases: Todd Sheaffer handles vocals and guitar and does the bulk of the songwriting; John Skehan, Tim Carbone, and Andy Goessling provide the band's trademark g texture; new bassist Johnny Grubb (replacing Dave Von Dollen) and percussionist Carey Harmon provide the solid ground.
Album Legends of the 20th Century. October in the Railroad Earth Lyrics
BPM Profile Railroad Earth. Album starts at 118BPM, ends at 167BPM (+49), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Railroad Earth.
Railroad Earth's sixth full-length outing finds the New Jersey-based progressive folk-rockers in fine form, tastefully building organic, sonic backdrops around lead vocalist Todd Sheaffer's rich, narratives. Both classic and forward-thinking, the band may be steeped in common jam band trappings (the nearly 12-minute instrumental Spring-Heeled Jack would be far more interesting in a live setting), but between the epic steel-rail journey of The Jupiter & the 119, the mournful Celtic-inspired balladry of On the Banks, and the Liege & Lief-era Fairport.
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- Copyright (c) – Railroad Earth
- Licensed To – One Haven Music, LLC
NotesFrom the self-titled album Railroad Earth (October 12, 2010)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: ATOZM45663/B S1