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LoS goes digital with '04 disc

Friday, February 7, 2014 – Leftover Salmon announced Friday that its 2004 self-titled disc will be available digitally for the first time on all major digital outlets on Tuesday.

Little Feat member Bill Payne produced the disc.

The band will play songs from the album at shows mixed in with other old Leftover tunes, songs from their 2012 release "Aquatic Hitchhiker" and new songs released last year through Breckenridge Brewery. Payne meets up with LoS halfway through their Powder Daze Winter Tour at the WinterWonderGrass Festival in Avon, Col. this month and then travels on with LoS for shows in Jackson, Wyo. and Victor, Idaho, then two nights in Big Sky, Mont. with the tour ending in Missoula, Mont. Leftover Salmon will pick back up for their early spring tour starting in late March.

Songs on the disc are:
1. Down In The Hollow
2. Mountain Top
3. Delta Queen
4. Lincoln At Nevada
5. Woody Guthrie
6. Fayetteville Line
7. Everything Is Round
8. Whispering Waters*
9. Last Days Of Autumn
10. Just Keep Walkin'
11. Weary Traveler

Today, Leftover Salmon is: Vince Herman (vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin); Drew Emmitt (vocals, mandolin, acoustic and electric guitar, mandola, fiddle); Andy Thorn (vocals, acoustic and electric banjo, National guitar); Greg Garrison (vocals, acoustic and electric bass, acoustic guitar); Alwyn Robinson (drums, percussion).

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