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Hurray For The Riff Raff

New Orleans-based indie folk outfit Hurray for the Riff Raff were formed by singer/songwriter/banjo player Alynda Lee, a Bronx-raised Puerto Rican troubadour who left home at 17 to ride the rails and eventually landed in the Big Easy. After honing her skills on the washboard with a gang of train-yard musicians called the Dead Man's Street Orchestra, she picked up the banjo that a close friend had given her and began writing her own songs. While Lee, drummer/violinist Yosi Pearlstein, and bass player David Maclay served as the foundation for Hurray for the Riff Raff's signature blend of folk-blues and Southern gothic Americana, the trio was often rounded out by a rotating cast of accordion, guitar, organ, and musical saw players. The band self-released its first two full-lengths, 2008's It Don't Mean I Don't Love You and 2010's Young Blood Blues. An eponymously titled third full-length arrived in 2011 on the Loose Music label. Look Out Mama arrived in 2012, followed by a move to ATO Records in 2014 for Small Town Heroes. ~ James Christopher Monger
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Small Town Heroes

1. Blue Ridge Mountain

2. Crash On The Highway

3. Good Time Blues (An Outlaw's Lament)

4. End Of The Line

5. The New SF Bay Blues

6. The Body Electric

7. No One Else

8. St. Roch Blues

9. Levon's Dream

10. I Know It's Wrong (But That's Alright)

11. Small Town Heroes

12. Forever Is Just A Day

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Track List: Hurray For The Riff Raff

1. Meet Me In The Morning

2. Is That You?

3. Slow Walk

4. Daniella

5. Take Me

6. Little Things

7. I Know You

8. Too Much Of A Good Thing

9. Junebug Waltz

10. Sali`S Song

11. Young Blood Blues

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Track List: I Know It's Wrong (But That's Alright) (Single)

10. I Know It's Wrong (But That's Alright)

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Track List: It Don't Mean I Don't Love You

1. Meet Me In The Morning

2. Daniella

3. Fly Away

5. Skin & Bones

6. Junebug Waltz

7. Here It Comes

8. Dance With Death

9. Bricks

10. Baby Blue

11. Amelia's Song

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Track List: Live At 2012 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

1. Little Black Star (Live)

2. Stage Banter 1 (Live)

3. Look Out Mama (Live)

4. Slow Walk (Live)

5. Stage Banter 2 (Live)

6. Take Me (Live)

7. The Junebug Waltz (Live)

8. End Of The Line (Live)

9. Stage Banter 3 (Live)

10. Ophelia (Live)

11. Small Town Heroes (Live)

12. What's Wrong With Me (Live)

13. Stage Banter 4 (Live)

14. Lake Of Fire (Live)

15. Stage Banter 5 (Live)

16. St. Roch Blues (Live)

17. Born To Win (Live)

18. Stage Banter 6 (Live)

19. Be My Baby (Live)

20. Stage Banter 7 (Live)

21. Time Is On My Side (Live)

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Track List: Look Out Mama

1. Little Black Star

2. Look Out Mama

3. Ramblin' Gal

4. What's Wrong With Me

5. Ode To John And Yoko

6. Lake Of Fire

7. Riley

8. Go Out On The Road

9. Born To Win (Part One)

10. Something's Wrong

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Track List: My Dearest Darkest Neighbor

1. Delta Momma Blues

2. Fine & Mellow

3. My Morphine

4. Black Jack Davey

5. Western Cowboy

6. Jealous Guy

7. Just A Heart

8. Angel Ballad

9. Cuckoo

10. People Talkin'

11. River

12. Goin' Away

13. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

14. My Sweet Lord

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Track List: Young Blood Blues

1. Is That You?

2. Slow Walk

3. Lately In Dm

4. I Know You

5. Young Blood Blues

6. Too Much Of A Good Thing

7. Take Me

8. Calmly

9. Little Things

10. Sali's Song

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d.dreaming
LoVe!!!
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Alynda was one of the highlights of living in New Orleans. I miss her live music and am happy for HFTRR's success.
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flashingstre a k s
Huh pretty cartoon
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charman23
Can't thank you enough, Alynda. So very appreciative and respectful. Was great to see your performance in St. Louis in July. -Catherine (Sali's proud stepmom)
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<3
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professorpee w e e
Sweet, simple, honest music that goes straight to the heart. Brilliant.
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beautiful stuff
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pieguy150
Incredible group with a new album Look Out Mama. Awesome
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love
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This group is terrific! Check them out!
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thesillybast a r d
Holy s**t, last time I saw these kids was down in New Orleans pre-katrina. We were all digging half eaten sandwiches out of the trash and stealing half finished tourist drinks. Glad to see them make it!
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ninjamonkeys c r a t c h
It's so great to see Alynda have this success. I met her several eternities ago, first in NYC, later in Philly (RIP Wasteland Squat!). She used to sing this song about Wild Irish Rose that would get stuck in my head, and now I get to have all the Riff Raff songs stuck in there too! Keep rockin, all the best
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love love love this artist and their style! amazing!
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Sounds like Fiona Apple with banjo and squeezebox instead of piano.
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This is very cool, it actually reminds me of 16 horsepower. I am hearing a lot of music that I have not heard of before. It's too bad radio stations don't play more than their same old formatted top 20 songs. Bands like this need to be put out there for everyone to hear.
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imsmead1
Yep, different singers. However the old accordion player from Riff Raff and the trumpeter from Dark Dark Dark are one and the same. He's the frontman of Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship? I highly recommend checking them out, as well as Sam Doores and the Tumbleweeds, who have been touring with Riff Raff lately, you'll be gald you did!
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abortone
Dark Dark Dark and Hurray for the Riff Raff do not have the same singers.
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eonisee
singer reminds me of DARK DARK DARK....anyo n e know if they are one and the same?
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Hiii !!!! friend from pdx tunred me on!.... where can I find june bugs from your amazing band!!!???? oxloxooxxox
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Her new album, Young Blood Blues is even better, I wish it was on here.
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if you like this look up the band hot dog is my hero this should still be together!

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