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These Wicked Things

These Wicked Things by Beat Circus
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Beat Circus

Label: Innova Recordings
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Murieta’s Last Ride; These Wicked Things; Bad Motel; Just a Lost, Lost Dream; Crow Killer; Gone, Gone, Gone; The Girl From the West Country; Rosita (tango); The Key; All the Pretty Horses; Rosita (huapango); Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came; The Evening Redness in the West; The Last Man (Is Anybody Out There?); Long Way Home.


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Beat Circus
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Brian Carpenter: vocals, harmonica, piano, bells, trumpet, jawharp, turntables; Andrew Stern: guitar, baritone guitar, acoustic guitar; Alec Spiegelman: bass clarinet, tenor saxophone, flute, backing vocals; Abigale Reisman: violin, backing vocals; Emily Bookwalter: viola, backing vocals; Jordan Voelker: viola, backing vocals, saw; Paul Dilley: double bass, electric bass; Gavin McCarthy, drums; Paran Amirinazari: violin; Brad Balliett: bassoon (track 5); Catherine Bent: cello (5); Quinn Carson: trombone; Ron Caswell: tuba; Bill Cole: Chinese suona (13); Dana Colley: bass saxophone (2-3); Tomas Cruz: backing vocals, voice of Murieta (11); Gita Drummond: boy's voice (12); Adam Sachs: hand percussion; Jane Scarpantoni: cello; Stephen Ulrich: lap steel (14); Jacob Valenzuela: mariachi trumpet (11).


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