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Jesus Christ Superstar

I never quite understood why Tim decided to do a Jesus Christ Superstar project. This collection includes three extra songs (the last three) with Julie on 2 songs and an extra version with Barbara McKinney. The production of this is fabulous and the performances are flawless. 

It’s OK, It’s OK

This is the last time Mouse was willing to contribute to the Train and delivered in a big way to this one… however he decided to go falsetto-transgender in a lovely floral dress and auburn wig. I’m sure (s)he had a name and maybe Mouse can add more info…

John Thompson EP

This record is dedicated to the late great Tim Alexander.
John Thompson is a singer/songwriter from the Bay Area in CA. His music is a mash-up of influences including David Bowie, Queens of the Stone Age, Neil Young, and the Beach Boys.

Still Leaving

REMASTERED!!!
The collection was remixed and remastered from the original DAT thanks to Wesley. 
As I go through the Tim library I find this to be one of the most solid collection of songs—even though Dale is not on it.

A Western Front

Full Blown Dave

A Western Front’s loudest release, featuring Full Blown Sound (R), was largely inspired by the 18th century poem of the same name. The poem has been attributed to Sir Thomas Rampling Cluxton, who founded a utopian colony on the Greek island of Bathos in 1793.

Waiting for Wesley

Here’s Your Chance…
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Still Leaving

REMASTERED!!!
The collection was remixed and remastered from the original DAT thanks to Wesley. 
As I go through the Tim library I find this to be one of the most solid collection of songs—even though Dale is not on it.

The Slowest Train in the World

It’s OK, It’s OK

This is the last time Mouse was willing to contribute to the Train and delivered in a big way to this one… however he decided to go falsetto-transgender in a lovely floral dress and auburn wig. I’m sure (s)he had a name and maybe Mouse can add more info…

The Sound of Jesus

If you ever wondered what the sound of Jesus sounds like… here it is!!! I suppose we all have our own inner soundtrack but it seems fair to assume this is what Jesus was singing to Tim in 1989—sometimes via Kevin. I’m just the color guy talking over the play-by-play announcers, and frankly prefers the sound of silence.

The Dance of Antoine

My personal favorite. I loved this when we recorded it, but more important—I love it even more now that it (I) have matured. I think this is the most cohesive album the Train has ever released in that it is a complete journey.

Dale Strachan

A Hard Days Night

Dale Wanted to be heard. Through his music he expresses everything from pain and hatred to pain and nausea and it is beautiful. Very rarely did he write about hope or happiness but each song had such heartfelt sentiment that it is hard to seperate the pain from the act of creativity.

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