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7/4/20
by Grant McClintock
07/02/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FM
The July 2nd, 2020 Episode (repeated July 4th) of MFT on WQRT tracklisting:+ Sleeping Bag - "Ca...
1/10/20
by Jim Rawlinson
Chamberlain announce new album "Red Weather", kickstarter
This week, after twenty years away, local legends Chamberlain officially announced they have a new f...
1/6/20
by Jim Rawlinson
Jim's MFT Radio playlist
In 2020, Musicaly Family Tree is looking to have guest curators hop in to help us program out the lo...

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Recorded and produced on 4-track by Matt Sommers & LonPaul Ellrich. Performed, recorded, mixed and completed in one 24-hour session. Recorded at LonPaul's insidious mecca room at 16th & Delaware, Indianapolis. Digitized from original cassette by Matt Sommers.

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    birdy
     
     
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    big little eyes
     
     
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    clods on earth
     
     
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    #5
     
     
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    curd blossoms
     
     
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    dog eat dog
     
     
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    electrical ripples
     
     
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    frog
     
     
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    lard stick
     
     
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    rock and roll
     
     
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    surfin'
     
     

Recent Blog Posts

7/4/20
by Grant McClintock
07/02/2020 MFT Radio Show on WQRT FM
The July 2nd, 2020 Episode (repeated July 4th) of MFT on WQRT tracklisting:+ Sleeping Bag - "Ca...
1/10/20
by Jim Rawlinson
Chamberlain announce new album "Red Weather", kickstarter
This week, after twenty years away, local legends Chamberlain officially announced they have a new f...
1/6/20
by Jim Rawlinson
Jim's MFT Radio playlist
In 2020, Musicaly Family Tree is looking to have guest curators hop in to help us program out the lo...