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Published on Sep 23, 2010
It's Jeffrey Scott Holland and his Jug Stompers, performing "Naked on the Railroad Tracks" in the Cardinal Deli, Berea, KY, 1998. Holland's Jug Stompers frequently subjected Berea College students to their repulsive brand of avant-garde primitive jug band music at the Cardinal's open mike nights.
"Naked on the Railroad Tracks" is an eerie, moody, introspective piece that takes jug band music into Knitting Factory territory. JSH wheezes on a cheap violin, as Paul valiantly strives to accompany the wafer-thin "melody". Performed during a thunderstorm, which provided creepy flashes of lightning thru the window behind them. This was one of the band's favorites to play, yet was also the most despised by audiences to endure.