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"Incredible...the songs are amazing." - Itch (The King Blues)
"Accomplished, gripping and in this day and age, entirely refreshing" - Manchester Music
"Sensational songs about present issues...Baker's views are as daring and diverse as a St. Trinian's trip to Tynemouth...should be in the top ten of everyone's ipod" - Sandman Magazine
"Al Baker is...possessed with urgency and a righteous anger, but manages to distil it into a collection of upbeat and spiky originals...vibrant, intense and most welcome" - Rock 'n' Reel Magazine
Al's first album, recorded in his bedroom with one microphone in the dark winter of 2006. Features brilliant performances from the first incarnation of The Dole Queue, original album artwork by John 'Louis Barrabas' Shermur, and thirteen classic songs.
released January 1, 2007
Words/Music/Vocals/Acoustic Guitar by Al Baker*
Lady Vocals by Alison Cegielka
Harmonica by John ‘Louis Barrabas’ Shermur
Fiddle by George Leach
Mandolin by Matthew Cleghorn
Bass by Jay Bardsley
(Except 'Old Tyme Mem'ry', words and music by Erik Petersen and 'Go Call FEMA', music by Evan Greer and Sally O'Brian, words by Al Baker, Evan Greer and Sally O'Brian)