We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River

by Richmond Fontaine

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Tracks:
1) We Used to Think the Freeway Sounded Like a River
2) Northwest
3) You Can Move Back Here
4) The Boyfriends
5) The Pull
6) Sitting Outside My Dad's Old House
7) Maybe We Were Both Born Blue
8) Watch Out
9) 43
10) Lonnie
11) Ruby and Lou
12) Walking Back to Our Place at 3 a.m.
13) Two Alone
14) A Letter to the Patron Saint of Nurses

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released August 15, 2009

Dan Eccles: Guitars
Dave Harding: Bass, Vocals
Sean Oldham: Percussion, Vocals, Keys, Radio Trowel
Willy Vlautin: Vocals, Acoustic and Electric Guitar
Paul Brainard: Pedal Steel, Trumpet
Ralph Huntley: Piano, Accordion
Collin Oldham: Cello, Cellomobo
Scott Hampton: Guitar
JD Foster: Nashville Guitar, 12 String
Micah Rabwin: Musical Saw
Kendra Lynn: Vocals

Engineered by Larry Crane at Jackpot!
Produced by JD Foster

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Richmond Fontaine Portland

Richmond Fontaine was formed in 1994 at Portland Meadows racetrack in Portland, Oregon as songwriter/vocalist Willy Vlautin and bassist Dave Harding pored over the racing form and talked music between races. The two took their mutual love of Husker Du, Willie Nelson, X, The Blasters, and The Replacements and started playing music together. ... more

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