Durango: April 17-April 30

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Durango: April 17-April 30 - Coal Porters
Track Listing
  1. Let's Say Goodbye (Like We Said Hello)
  2. No More Chains
  3. Moonlight Midnight
  4. I'm Not Going Away
  5. One Is Way Too Many
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  1. Let's Say Goodbye (Like We Said Hello)
  2. No More Chains
  3. Moonlight Midnight
  4. I'm Not Going Away
  5. One Is Way Too Many
  6. The Squeaky Wheel Gets the Oil
  7. Pretty Polly
  8. Like a Hurricane
  9. Permanent Twilight
  10. Roadkill Breakdown
  11. Lookin' for a Soft Place to Fall
  12. Closing Time Genius
  13. Sail Away, Ladies! #
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The Coal Porters had a bit of a shaky start in the recording studio after Sid Griffin retooled the group into an acoustic "alt bluegrass" combo, but their third album, Durango, shows this band has clearly turned a corner. The Coal Porters have gone through a number of personnel changes since 2004's How Dark This Earth Will Shine, and that's made for a significantly stronger band; while Griffin's vocals and mandolin and Neil Robert Herd's guitar are still the cornerstone of their arrangements, fiddler Carly Frey's strong but ...

Durango: April 17-April 30 2010, Prima Records

UPC: 793962001238

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