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> From: Andrea 'Enthal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: What was that?
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> Yeah, isn't that track great?. That's why I've played
it twice. Rube
> Waddell is the name of the artist who did "Hobo Train."
He is one of a
> handful of artists (Doo Rag, Bob Log III, Rube Waddell)
> homespun blues-jugband/rubberband kinda sound. It is
becoming a genre,
> and I like it.
> His album is on CD and it comes in a little tin box,
not a plastic
> case. I have never seen a copy for sale (I got mine
from the band) but
> you could ask for it at your usual indie outlets. I'd
suggest Arons or
> Vinyl Solution. If their buyers can't find it, they
both know how to
> find me for more details. (I'll try and remember to
look up the papers
> that came with it, to send you their address).