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Kane Welch Kaplin


Download links and information about Kane Welch Kaplin by Kane Welch Kaplin. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 41:06 minutes.

Artist: Kane Welch Kaplin
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 12
Duration: 41:06
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No. Title Length
1. Ain't Gonna Do It 3:49
2. I Wish I Had That Mandolin 4:13
3. Red Light Blinking 2:57
4. That's What I've Got 2:49
5. Last Lost Highway 4:49
6. Zagnut 1:10
7. Callin' You 3:04
8. Highland Mary 3:21
9. Dark Boogie #7 3:13
10. No One Told Me 4:07
11. 12 Chimes 3:10
12. What Are They Doin' In Heaven Today? 4:24



Picking up where their last collaboration left off, the trio of Kevin Welch, Kieran Kane, and Fats Kaplin are not simply mailing it in as might be the case with other trios resting on the strength of previous efforts. The slow, barren "Ain't Gonna Do It" has Kane leading the way with Welch providing distant harmonies for a fine result. Meanwhile, Welch shows his prowess during the stellar "I Wish I Had That Mandolin" that glides along thanks to Fats Kaplin adding accents on an electric sitar. It's a song that even a great songwriter like Steve Earle would curse with envy. Perhaps the biggest compliment is that all three let the songs work regardless of who is doing what. The simple story Kane relays of checking into a hotel room during "Red Light Blinking" is probably the first early highlight, but there are many more to come. A few bluesy or Delta-tinged rags come into the album such as "Callin' You" and "That's What I Got" but these pale greatly in comparison to "Last Lost Highway" that Welch nails beautifully. The same can be said of "Highland Mary" which has some subtle Celtic touches guiding it along and the powerful "What Are They Doin' in Heaven Today?" The only miscue is the spoken word delivery of "Dark Boogie #7" which sinks like a stone very quickly.