Seven To A Room by Jim Boquist

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calexico
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No worries. I had that myself but lost it somewhere in a digital flubber.

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Thanks, Calexico! Christmas off to a great start!

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Happy Christmas, motherfuckaaasss!!!



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Post by turpentim »

Any of you have a digital copy of the 'Trace' outtakes you can share with the masses?

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Will anyone post some tracks? Lazy reporting so far from you folks. Especially considering it's Christmas Time.

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Post by Highwater61 »

I remember first hearing the outtakes from Trace, and really loving both the Boquist numbers. Great songs, and Jay, I suppose, so at home with the country/folk feel to the songs, and musicians, and simplicity of it. I also remember getting the "bootleg" version of Sebastopol prior to its release, and driving around on the blizzard streets along the Jersey Shore and thinking it was the greatest thing I'd heard in a long time. Was so in tune with whatever Jay was doing. I truly anticipate 2013 and all the new things Jay that are coming.

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Post by partyroy »

Outtake from Trace album. Old Dutch is another Jim Boquist track left off of Trace. Other than that...

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Post by gdavis5446 »

I honestly have never heard it.

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Post by the art guy »

Bringin' a dead thread back for armageddon's sake!

But seriously: I'm obsessed with this song. Does anyone have any info at all about it? Is it a Boquist composition?

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Re: Seven To A Room by Jim Boquist

Post by keith21 »

Tom Joad wrote: Were the Boquists ever in a band that released anything?
Hmm, I think a band they were in in the mid-late 90s might of put out a few records.

Sorry to be a smart-ass, I can't answer your question, but I am intrigued.

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Seven To A Room by Jim Boquist

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So I was listening to some bootlegs, and to fill up the rest of the space on them, Sticky was kind of enough to include the B-sides and Rarites stuff. I've become addicted to this song, which was a studio outtake from I-don't-know-when. Does anyone have the lyrics? Were the Boquists ever in a band that released anything?

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