Rooster + Michigan Street Boxing Gym Sessions Outtakes vol. 1 & 2

by Charlie Parr

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about

Beginning January 2017, Rooster is the featured download on the website (www.charlieparr.com/download.html). Read about the recording process and more in the link there. We compiled an additional couple album's worth of demos, outtakes, soundtrack work, and folk songs from out-of-print compilations that Charlie titled the "Michigan Street Boxing Gym Sessions Outtakes." Get all three downloads in one spot here for a limited time.

credits

released December 31, 2016

Tracks 1-12 is "Rooster", recorded by Tom Herbers in June 2005 and released Sept. 2005. With help from Banjo Dave Carrol ("Rooster"), Molly Maher ("Cheap Wine"), Karl Anderson on bass, Christian McShane on cello, guitar, & the Devil's own ukelin, and Mikkel Beckmen on washboard and percussion.

Tracks 13-25 is the "Michigan Street Boxing Gym Sessions Outtakes v.1", a collection of studio recordings and demos that were recorded by Jake Larson in 2004-2005. With Christian McShane on cello or guitar on tracks 14-15, 19-21, 23-24.

Tracks 26-37 is the "Michigan Street Boxing Gym Sessions Outtakes v.2," a collection of live in studio recordings from the Rooster sessions, featuring alternate versions and folk & blues songs that didn't appear on the album.

All songs written by Charlie Parr except:
Tracks 1, 12, 14, 19, 20, 21, 24, 37 trad. arr. Parr
Track 16 Mississippi John Hurt
Track 25 Bukka White
Track 30 Mississippi Fred McDowell
Track 33 Dock Boggs
Track 35 Robert Johnson

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tags: folk Duluth

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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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