The Stillwater Hobos​.​.​. Live at the Frances! (Volume 2)

by The Stillwater Hobos

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released August 8, 2014

Austin Walker: Guitar, harmonica, lead vocal.
Taylor Posey: Mandolin.
Will Teller: Fiddle, vocal.
MIchael Malpiedi: Upright bass.
With special guest Abby Roach on the spoons.

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Mixed and Engineered by Evan Bradford
Recorded at Echo Mountain Recording, Asheville, NC
Mixed at Mixtown USA, Asheville, NC
Mastered by Hans Dekline at Sound Bites Dog
Photographs - Josh Rhinehart



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The Stillwater Hobos formed in 2010 one night in Galway while on the way to Rome.

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Track Name: Moonshiner
I've been a moonshiner for seventeen long years
And I've spent all my money on whiskey and beer
I go to some hollow, and I set up my still
If whiskey don't kill me, then I don't know what will.

I go to some bar room, just to drink with my friends
Where the women cannot follow for to see what I spend
God bless them pretty women, how I wish they was mine
Their breath is as sweet as the dew on the vine.

Let me eat when I'm hungry, give me drink when I'm dry
Two dollars when I'm hard up, and religion when I die
The whole world is a bottle, and life is but a dram
When the bottle goes empty, it sure ain't worth a damn.

The whole world is a bottle, and life is but a dram
When the bottle goes empty, it sure ain't worth a damn.
Track Name: Dublin Blues
I wished I was in Austin in the Chili Parlour Bar
Drinking Mad Dog Margaritas and not caring where you are
But here I sit in Dublin just rolling cigarettes
Holding back and choking back the shakes with every breath.

So forgive me all my anger
Forgive me all my faults
There's no need to forgive me
For thinking all I thought
I loved you from the get go
And I'll love you till I die
I loved you on the Spanish steps
The day you said goodbye.

I am just a poor boy, hard work's my middle name
If money was the reason, I would not be the same
I'll stand up and be counted, I'll face up to the truth
I can walk away from trouble, but I can't walk away from you.

I have seen the David, and the Mona Lisa too
And I have heard Doc Watson play Columbus Stockade Blues
I have been to Fort Worth, and I have been to Spain
And I have been to proud to come in out of the rain.