Railroad Earth

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Railroad Earth is a roots and Americana-based jamband from rural western Stillwater, New Jersey, USA. Their name stems from a Jack Kerouac poem "October in the Railroad Earth," and the band has a song by the same name. Railroad Earth's music combines elements of bluegrass, rock and roll, jazz, celtic and more, and the group is known for its extensive live improvisation and lyrical songwriting within an acoustic base.


Top Songs

Total plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
  1. Mighty River  -  85,462 plays
  2. Long Way To Go  -  67,571 plays
    I want to sing my own song that's all
    cried the bird and flew into a wall
    there must be some way he cried
    and his desperation echoed down the hall
    Just another bird in a house
    Bird In A House  -  62,779 plays
    Many come together, put your hand on me.
    Not feelin mama, and then a blind man sees.
    Been sleep walkin', then he turns to me.
    I'm workin' on a new thing, workin' on a sunday mornin',
    Hard Livin'  -  48,712 plays
    Come round amen corner
    And there she standin in the door
    Staring in the eyes of my poor sole
    Been around I wore those shadows
    That Sooner or later drag ya down
    Been Down This Road  -  47,617 plays
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