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Transatlantic Railroad - 1968 - Express To Oblivion

Transatlantic Railroad never released an album during their lifetime at the tail end of the 60's. This CD is the first airing of this music since it was recorded. The group formed at San Rafel High School in Marin County in 1965. The original line-up was Steve Myers (guitar), Kent Housman (guitar), Jamie Kindt (bass) and Ron Vanbianchi (drums). The group recorded two tracks for a planned souvenir album which was not released. Mark Finch became lead vocalist in 1967 and the group released a single in 1968. At this time they also recorded material for an album but this was not released. The album material was released in 2001. "Camp Towanga" opens the album with a song that incorporates rock, jazz and blues. "Fried Chicken Blues" being an excellent up-tempo blues based song with some fine acid guitar. The guitar and keyboards which stand out on this album, with most tracks having some great examples of both."Good Times" ends the album with an up-tempo ballad similar to The Electric Prunes.

01 - Camp Towanga
02 - Fred Chicken Blues
03 - Tehama Steet Song
04 - Elephant
05 - Old English 800
06 - Irahs
07 - Good Times

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