New York, New York, United States
1. Desoriented urban college dorm hippie-folk album with some good and strange tracks like "Angels in her walk" that go deep, and a pretty interesting LP all over. Actually a various artists college project LP from NYC but usually referred to only as "Tool Shed".
2. Baltimore old time folk ensemble “Tool Shed” utilizes a 5 string banjo, a bowed saw, and a washtub bass to bring you an original take on traditional music. Their debut album “Local Liquid Folk Art” is a collection of both original and traditional compositions. The saw combined with the washtub gives the entire album a very fluid feeling, with each song flowing into the next. Available on CD through OKAY Recordings, as well as all major streaming and download sites.
The Tool Shed Features David Allen Thomas on Banjo and Vocals and Cara White on Saw and Vocals.The album was recorded with Richard Ochs on washtub bass, However when performing live they can be seen with various players.
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