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by Charlie Parr

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Jubilee 02:58
33 & 67 02:00
Bonneville 04:29
Twenty-Nine 04:46
Stingray 03:36


March in Duluth is an unpredictable time, it might be freezing cold, it might be warm, there could be 3 feet of snow in a weekend, or it could rain or sleet or the sun might be shining. We decided to record Jubilee in Brother Dave's garage before we really considered any of this, and rather than check the weather or think about another location as a backup we just showed up. Dave's Suburban wouldn't start, so we had to leave the boat in the garage, but we still had enough room, and Dave had smoked a pork shoulder and brewed a keg of potent beer so everything was fine with us. Mikkel was there with his washboard, Jake Larson had borrowed a big tape machine from Alan Sparhawk, Christian McShane and Emily were there, too, and the sun showed up. The temperature got into the 60's and we opened the garage door and recorded "Last Freight out of Asheville" with birds flocking around the trees outside. The song is for Mosca, it felt appropriate that they stopped by to honor a lost friend. By nightfall we were mostly drunk, full of BBQ sandwiches and beer, and recorded the rowdier songs into the night. I think I forgot we were recording anything, we were just playing, it was like any other time when we got together and played music. The next morning I went back over to Dave's and woke everybody up, intending to re-record the whole thing, but listening to the tapes I realized that we got just what I wanted to get, a bunch of friends making music in a garage.


released June 2, 2007

Recorded by Jakob Larson. Mixed & mastered by Tom Herbers at Third Ear Studios, Minneapolis, MN. Special Guests: Dave Simonett (guitar & vocals), Mikkel Beckmen (washboard & stuff), Dave Hundrieser (harmonica), Emily Lanik-Parr (vocals), and Christian McShane (cello). Cover & back photo by Aaron Molina. Album design and All Things Web-related Christian McShane.

All songs by Charlie Parr except tracks 4 & 12 trad. arr. Parr


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Charlie Parr Duluth, Minnesota

"Parr is scruffy and uncomfortable looking, with a longish beard and balding head. He dropped out of high school in the 1980s, but he looks older than that. He's pathologically deadpan in his delivery of in between song banter. The crowd really enjoyed his depressingly hilarious dead cat story. He never smiles." - Lucy Steigerwald

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