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Album InfoTHERE GOES A LONG SLOW TRAIN THROUGH LIFE - Henriksen / Mårud´s fourth album.
Few things are more mythical and sung in rock, country and blues music than the train. The train that takes you along, the train that takes you home, the train that sets your life in motion even though you often do not get farther away than back home again. And while many of the classic themes of rock music in 2012 have something dated about them, the train is timeless. As long as there are people picking up guitars, there will be songs about trains and the lure it has on people who wants to be in a completely different place.
On Levi Henriksen and Thomas Mårud´s fourth album, "Long Slow Train", the train is the red thread.
"Long Slow Train" is the second album where Henriksen / Mårud have their backing musicians from the band Bra landsens folk (Good Country People). The band name itself - taken from a short story by the queen of Southern gothic, Flannery O'Connor - says a lot about the attitude of this album when it comes to writing lyrics and thinking about music. The album is recorded in Varalden Samfunnshus, Finnskogen and seeks, like many of the releases by The Band and The Rolling Stones, to dote on a kind of artistic exile, to chisel rock music that is clearly influenced by its environment and the way it was recorded.