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Rarities, Vol. I

by Lon Eldridge

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Drifter 03:43
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Soñar 02:20

about

June 4th, 2021, marks ten years since the release of my first official album “Home to the Highway” in 2011. Since then, I’ve released five more full-length studio albums, two EPs, toured the USA and Europe numerous times, and generally lived a whole lot of life. What a great ride it’s been! This album of rarities, unreleased live and studio recordings, and side projects is a look back at my more formative years as a musician. The tracks in this compilation are from roughly 2003-2010, with a few exceptions, and includes music that ended up on the cutting room floor for one reason or another. I’ve listened back through the entirety of my recorded archives and skimmed the cream off the top, selecting my favorites, many of which have never seen the light of day before this release. You’ll find some things sound familiar, and a lot of surprises too. Enjoy!

-Lon Eldridge

credits

released June 4, 2021

Lon Eldridge - acoustic/electric/resophonic guitars, vocals, dobro, ukulele, bass guitar, mandolin, 5-string banjo, tenor banjo, fiddle, kazoo, mountain dulcimer, reed organ, accordion, synthesizers, percussion, programming, sampling

Joe Bushen(?) - upright bass on “Where Are You Tonight?”
Tim Furnanz - drums on “Where Are You Tonight?”
Ed Huey - harmonica on “Frankie and Albert” and “Mystery Train”
Chris Oliver - percussion on “Doctor Doctor” and “Girl I Want To”
Laura Walker - vocals on “Come On in My Kitchen”

Daddy Claxton is:
Ben Campbell - vocals
Lon Eldridge - tenor banjo, accordion, kazoo, percussion

Fareway is:
Frank Clark - turntables, keys, loops, programming
Gavin Cross - vocals
Lon Eldridge - electric guitar, resonator guitar, 5-string banjo, fiddle, mandolin, reed organ
Timmy Millsaps - drums, percussion, homemade bass
Spud - bass guitar

“Come On in My Kitchen” recorded/mixed by Chris Cantwell at Barking Legs Theater

“Frankie and Albert” and “Mystery Train” recorded/mixed by Jonny Ginese

“Devious Invention” recorded/mixed by Aaron Henningsen

“Soñar” recorded/mixed by Taylor Hollingsworth

“Artistry of the Dividing Line” recorded/mixed by Matt Skudlarek

Film score tracks recorded/mixed by Taylor Hollingsworth and Timmy Millsaps

"His Auspicious Dreams Seemed Departed" recorded/mixed by Ben Campbell

"Drifter", "Seasons", and "Haint Tale" recorded/mixed by Mr. Twister

"(Prelude) You Don’t Love Me", "Doctor Doctor", and "(Interlude) Drunk Guy" recorded by Chris Oliver

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Red hot ragtime, blues, and swing from Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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