Are you in the mood for a little old time Rocky Mountain storytelling? Do you enjoy a songs about gold rush towns and the sound of freight trains at night? Well if so, we have got an album for you! “woodland telegraph sings Revival Hymns” is an album of atmospheric folk music dedicated to the landscape and lore of the Rocky Mountains- from stories about the abandoned “Oil City” in Southern Alberta to the tale of how Deadman’s Flats got its name, travel with woodland telegraph into the history of the Rocky Mountains and discover some of the the beautiful folklore of Canada.
Roll on over to the woodland telegraph artist page to your east to hear samples of songs on the album =>
Packaged in handsewn-cardboard cases complete with an origami insert depicting the cartography of the Rocky Mountains, we offer same day delivery anywhere in North America for $16
With love, from Northern Folklore…