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How could a combo named The Insect Trust be anything other than eclectic? "Hoboken Saturday Night" (1970) is their second studio album. The core of the band consisted of multi-instrumentalists Luke Faust, Trevor Koehler, Robert Palmer, Nancy Jeffries, and Bill Barth. The rhythm section was fleshed out by a sizable and equally diverse range of session musicians such as jazz legend Elvin Jones, Bernard Purdie, Donald MacDonald, William Folwell, Ralph Casale, Hugh McCracken a.o. Collectively, they touched upon facets of the singer/songwriter, psychedelic, and folk-rock subgenres, while somehow eluding them all. A charming, joyous, irrepressibly experimental record. This is eclectic bohemia, postmodern before modernism had given up the ghost.
How could a combo named The Insect Trust be anything other than eclectic? "Hoboken Saturday Night" (1970) is their second studio album. The core of the band consisted of multi-instrumentalists Luke Faust, Trevor Koehler, Robert Palmer, Nancy Jeffries, and Bill Barth. The rhythm section was fleshed out by a sizable and equally diverse range of session musicians such as jazz legend Elvin Jones, Bernard Purdie, Donald MacDonald, William Folwell, Ralph Casale, Hugh McCracken a.o. Collectively, they touched upon facets of the singer/songwriter, psychedelic, and folk-rock subgenres, while somehow eluding them all. A charming, joyous, irrepressibly experimental record. This is eclectic bohemia, postmodern before modernism had given up the ghost.
8718627235935

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 09/08/2023
UPC: 8718627235935

Hoboken Saturday Night (Hol)
Artist: Insect Trust
Format: CD
New: Available $15.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Be a Hobo
2. Hoboken Saturday Night
3. The Eyes of a New York Woman
4. Ragtime Millionaire
5. Somedays
6. Our Sister the Sun
7. Reciprocity
8. Trip on Me
9. Now Then Sweet Man / Mr. Garfield
10. Reincarnations
11. Glade Song
12. Ducks

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How could a combo named The Insect Trust be anything other than eclectic? "Hoboken Saturday Night" (1970) is their second studio album. The core of the band consisted of multi-instrumentalists Luke Faust, Trevor Koehler, Robert Palmer, Nancy Jeffries, and Bill Barth. The rhythm section was fleshed out by a sizable and equally diverse range of session musicians such as jazz legend Elvin Jones, Bernard Purdie, Donald MacDonald, William Folwell, Ralph Casale, Hugh McCracken a.o. Collectively, they touched upon facets of the singer/songwriter, psychedelic, and folk-rock subgenres, while somehow eluding them all. A charming, joyous, irrepressibly experimental record. This is eclectic bohemia, postmodern before modernism had given up the ghost.
        
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