Well, I got a request for the Ed Sander's Truckstop album, and in particular two songs (which took me forever to find when I first looked for 'em since the requester and I made the same mistakes about what should be named what). But, with little ado, and minus a few songs that wouldn't fit on the 25mb storage space that I have, here's Truckstop. If you want the other songs, get ahold of me...
The Plaster Song
Popularized by Red Dorkus and his band, this is the tragic lament of the deliterious effects that plaster casters can have on a relationship.
Jimmy Joe the Hippybilly Boy
The awful tale of a boy misunderstood by his neighbors, but lauded after death. It also drives Amy up the fucking wall, and so I secretly enjoy it.
Maple Court Tragedy
Better known as "Polaroid Spread Shots," this is a classic of love and loss.
Heartbreak Crash Pad
Who hasn't had a special place that becomes impossible to return to due to the weight of memories?
The Illiad, a theme for America, would go here, but I had it up for a while and no one seemed to want it. Maybe I'll put it back up and take down some of these other ones soon.
The ABM Machine
Better known as "Are you a vampire, Melvin Laird," this song questions the evil within all of us.
Ed Sanders tackles the problem of the recently released poet prisoner returning home with his characteristic delicacy.
An Irish love song.
A sequel to "Hardrock Candy Mountain"? The plaintive fiddle sets this apart...
They're Cutting my Coffin at the Sawmill
The old country school is now a crashpad. If that doesn't break your heart, nothing will.
The Yodellin' Yippie is the other missing track that would prevent you from assembling the full album. It's another that I've put up before, but might be convinced to re-up.