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I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I'm On My Way

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What Are They Doing In Heaven Today?
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Between The Switches
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Lost At Sea
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I Never Will Marry
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Wreck of the 97
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Life Is Like A Mountain Railroad
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Next Time Take the Train
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Riding The Rods
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Grainer
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You Will Often Meet Obstruction
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In The Shadow of Clinch Mountain
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Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down I
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Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down II
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As You Roll Across The Trestle
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Rainbow's End
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Other, Younger Days
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I Believe, I Believe
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 54:48

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Trains & Jesus

DukeOfErrol

Murry Hammond is the bass player for the Old 97's. But if you hoping for some rockin' pop with a twist of twang, you'll be disappointed here. This album is acoustic and folkie--and very, very smart. The songs are mostly about trains and Jesus, and the production manages to feel both old timey and edgy. To get a feel for what this record's about, I'd recommend "Next Time Take the Train."