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I Wanna Sway You - Railroad Jerk - Raise The Plow (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 03,  · Matador Records () 1 Don't Be Jealous 2 Old Mill Stream 3 Glamorous Bitch 4 Krismus Time 5 Talking RR Jerk Blues 6 .
  2. Dec 04,  · Raise the Plow, an Album by Railroad Jerk. Released 10 December on Matador (catalog no. OLE; CD). Genres: Punk Blues, Alternative Rock/5(1).
  3. I talk to you as to a friend I hope that's what you've Come to be It feels as though we've Made amends Like we found a way Eventually It was you who picked The pieces up When I was a broken soul And then glued me Back together Returned to me what Others stole I don't want to hurt you I don't want to make you sway Like I know I've done before I will not do it anymore I've always been a dreamer.
  4. Having slowly built up a rep as one of the more interesting and exciting bands on the shoegaze/noise rock/dream pop revival circuit, the Bay Area quintet Whirr took a slight detour from their usually energetic, almost sprightly sound into more noisily ambient, slowed-down, and murky territory on the EP arforwendhalfaurokagoflidobartnar.xyzinfo change in approach informed the direction of group's third album, Sway.
  5. Railroad Jerk artist pic. Railroad Jerk was a New York-based indie-rock band of the s, specializing in a hard-driven blues-based sound. Their lineup changed frequently, but the stalwart members were Minnesota native Marcellus Hall (vocals, guitar) and North .
  6. "Sway" is a song by English rock band the Rolling Stones from their album Sticky Fingers. It was also released as the b-side of the "Wild Horses" single in June This single was released in the US only. Initial pressings of the single contain an alternate take; later pressings include the album .
  7. Railroad Jerk Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 1 rating. Raise The Plow by Railroad Jerk () Railroad Jerk. out of 5 stars 2. Audio CD. $ addmittedly, less enjoyable, this album is still definitely a keeper. With lyrics like: "Is this reference or circulating? Would you like to go roller-blading?" crooned to a 4/5(1).
  8. Over the span of ten years, Railroad Jerk - the celebrated, premiere, industrial-folk, junkyard blues, rock band of the 90's - made four full-length LPs for the independent label Matador and toured the world. Beginning with "Railroad Jerk" () and "Raise the Plow" () the quartet defined the blues-punk sound of the era.

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