Up The Road & Down The Flats–Full Album Digital Download
Welcome to The Skally Line’s debut recording! This collection of originals comes right out of the Deep North; tales of Minnesota old and new. If you enjoy listening even half as much as we enjoyed writing and recording, we’ll be over the moon.
We keenly feel your need for safe purchasing. We use PayPal for safe and secure purchasing. Because this is NOT iTunes and because we at the Skally Line are small, local business folks, we simply cannot yet afford to have the slickest, all-the-bells-and-whistles digital download capability. Nevertheless, the process remains simple, easy, and safe. To whit:
— Add the product to the cart. Check out and pay via PayPal. You will be asked for some personal information. The policy of this artist is to never share that information. It will not be sold or stored.
— After completing the purchase, hang on for a bit! I will receive an email.
— I will process your order as soon as I can–guaranteed within 24 hours–usually within moments of your purchase.
— After I complete your order on my end, you will receive an email with all the download links.
— Click each link to download, enjoy listening to the music, and feel free to let us know what you think!
- Government Road (3:55, F. Keller)
- Red River Carts (3:25, F. Keller)
- Three Little Drops (6:11, F. Keller)
- Goodbye Blue Munde (3:23, T. Cornish)
- Looking For Grace (5:24, F. Keller)
- Creep Along Charlie (3:38, F. Keller)
- My Home Out On The Prairie (3:31, T. Cornish)
- Washed Up On The Flats (4:18, F. Keller)
- Shanty Boys Polka (2:57, F. Keller)
- Don’t Make No Fuss Over My Remains (4:27, F. Keller)
All songs copyright F. Keller or T. Cornish. Mixed by Dakota Dave Hull at Arabica Studio. Mastered by Miles Hanson with Steve Wiese at Creation Audio, Mpls. Cover Art by Dave Baker, Design by Joe Hart, Soldier’s Grove, WI. Photography by Lori Hamilton & Rob Swanson.
Got this from Joan, a friend up in Saskatchewan, Canada. Thanks Joan!
From the first sweet notes on the mandolin until the last, this album is toe tappin’ traditional music at it’s best!
Now not sure if traditional is the right genre-feel free to substitute that description with whatever fits better. I love this album Fred. It felt like you were here in the room. Made me miss you all over again! Thanks for sending that sweet music! I know I’ll be listening to it a lot.
When I got this CD I wasn’t sure what to expect, however it quickly found its home as the default CD in my car, and on my phone for when I’m listening by leg.
All the songs are great, however the two songs that I find stick with me the most(i.e. find me whistling them while I walk my dog down the street.) are “Looking for Grace” and “Washed Up on the Flats.” Both beautiful in lyrics, and instrumentals, as well as containing interesting first person perspectives on historical events.
So in the style of many an e-bayer from the late 90s, A+++++++++++ would buy from again.