The DecemberistsThe Engine Driver
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Tuesday, August 09, 2005 6:45:12 AM
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Tuesday, August 09, 2005 6:47:25 AM
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Blue City
The Good Stuff
songs from the shed
kickin it
JackRadio
Apply With Vigour
Joxley's List
The Rubrics' Square
Serotonin Emission
Story Time
PMH A.M.
Foreign Press Radio
Jukebox Gems
The Jam
Music for the Mind
FAME & GLORY
Extra! Archive
The Farm
KURT KURTLEY's KORNER OF THE WORLD
thebernreuter - all request
Copesetic
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Produced by Chris Walla and The Decemberists

Song Comments

JackRadio
Another for my Andrew


The Good Stuff
Love this band. Love this song. From one of the best releases of 2005!


PMH A.M.
this music puts you in a different time. i guess it's the lyrics, cuz really it's just smart pop music, , but it's seems to bring you somewhere into the past. far.


The Farm
Warm,very well produced adult pop from The Decemberists..Nice track


KURT KURTLEY's KORNER OF THE WORLD
These guys are great! Thanks to Anjuli for pointing them out on her Eargasm station. (So much music, so little time!)


FAME & GLORY
""I'm a poor, drunken orphan with nowhere to go but the grave,"" wailed a waifish and non-plussed Mr. Chris Funk as he lay supine by the railroad tracks. The crate of records he had been cradling in his nubile appendages now lay in pieces on the ashen ground, his complete collected recordings of sixties psychedelic luminary Rick ""Paisley Dave"" Rigmore scattered hit her and yon like so many dead leaves beneath a diseased elm. Noting his neglect to accredit this phrase to its rightful owner, chief engineer Jenny Conlee, her accordion neatly strapped to her back, stepped lightly from the caboose and corrected his negligence with the aplomb only an immigrant Hungarian could muster: ""Dylan Thomas, sir! Please move along!"" But it was too late: an indelible bond had been soldered in that moment of recognition. A few hours later, in a Turkish bath, they revealed their stories to one another between sips of a strange, tangerine liqueur. Not far from that spot, however, two young military dignitaries (Rachel Blumberg, Nate Query), appropriately lathered, overheard our two heroes' stories. Was it chance, then, that lead the four unsuspecting bathers to seek to return their soiled undergarments at the same kiosk where worked the poor, bespectacled Colin Meloy? One can surmise all one wants, but the truth should be known that, after adopting the moniker The Decemberists, these five wan vagabonds began playing their peculiarly styled pop music in various concert-halls and brothels all across the globe


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