Dirty Trainload ‎– Trashtown

Label:
Otium Records ‎– oo
Format:
CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Trashtown 3:21
2 Hard WorkingTime 2:43
3 Gotta Go 2:16
4 Had It Coming 3:12
5 Stranger's Blues 2:42
6 Lullaby 3:23
7 The Mayor's Son 2:37
8 44 2:40
9 Mad Ride 2:56
10 Wigdance 2:52
11 Bitch 2:31
12 What 3:59
13 This Jail 6:11

Credits

Notes

Stories of a town built on top of a dump: some people run it, some people run from it.
credits
released 30 March 2011

Words and music written by Bob Cillo and Livia Monteleone except where otherwise stated.

Bob Cillo: Guitars, Analog Rhythm Boxes and Bass Loops, Foot Tambourine

Noisance aka Livia Monteleone: Voice, Drums Parts and Percussions, Banjo, Baritone Guitar, Penny Whistle

Marco Del Noce: Blues Harp, Jaws Harp, Washboard

No computer was used for composing, arranging, performing, recording and mixing this album.

Recorded in March 2010 by Fabio Magistrali in his home.

Produced by Fabio Magistrali and Bob Cillo

Mastered by Maurizio Giannotti at New Mastering Studio, Milano

Artwork: Benjamin Guedel

Cover Design: Bob Cillo

THANKS!

- Martino Palmisano, Marco Del Noce, Joe Leali and Alexander De Large for continued support, collaboration and participation.

- Everyone who promotes and attends our shows. Keep live music rockin’!

- Francesco Balsamo for the loan of his gorgeous 28” vintage bass drum and Adele Di Nunzio for the loan of her bass.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0803300355439

Reviews

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vodkatheduck

vodkatheduck

August 26, 2014
Trashtown, the album's title, is an impressive work of art […] The two-man band is one that is rarely
successful. Only a select few have pulled off, but they have done so exceptionally well […] Dirty Trainload
can be counted among them, of course, with a sound that is marked by strong rhythms, plenty of
distortion, bluesy six-string work, jingly tambourine stomps, lung-emptying harmonica bits, and slightly
high-pitched, dirty and naturally resonant female vocals. […] So call 'em what you like -- alternative blues, nu blooz, dissident blues, or any of the other terms associated with their sound. You will get Dirty
Trainload either way.
James Carlson - Roots Music Examiner, USA