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Black Prairie - Performs Wild Ones: Musical Score For The Things That You Might See In Your Head When You Reflect On Certain Characters And Incidents That You Read About In The Book download mp3 album

Black Prairie - Performs Wild Ones: Musical Score For The Things That You Might See In Your Head When You Reflect On Certain Characters And Incidents That You Read About In The Book download mp3 album
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Performs Wild Ones: Musical Score For The Things That You Might See In Your Head When You Reflect On Certain Characters And Incidents That You Read About In The Book
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Bluegrass
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2013
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US
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Tracklist

Introduction
1 Call Of The Wild Ones: A Theme
Part 1: Bears
2 Chasing Martha
3 The Upturned Nose Of Count Buffon
4 A Tranquilized Polar Bear Rising Through An Autumn Sky
Part 2: Butterflies
5 Flight Of The Forgotten Metalmarks
6 Dear Sir. Most Sincerely, William Temple Hornaday
7 Rudi Mattoni In Soup Stage
Part 3: Birds
8 A Waltz For George And Tex
9 Joan McIntyre
10 Dawn Departure, Jefferson County
Epilogue
11 The Man Who Carried Fish

Credits

  • Accordion, Vocals – Jenny Conlee-Drizos*
  • Bass, Vocals – Nate Query
  • Dobro, Banjo, Autoharp, Guitar, Vocals, Marxophone – Chris Funk
  • Drums, Vocals – John Moen
  • Guitar, Vocals – Jon Neufeld
  • Violin, Autoharp, Nyckelharpa, Stroh Violin, Vocals – Annalisa Tornfelt

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Black Prairie Performs Wild Ones: Musical Score For The Things That You Might See In Your Head When You Reflect On Certain Characters And Incidents That You Read About In The Book* ‎(10", Ltd, Cle) Captain Bluegrass Records none US 2013