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Whistling Past the Graveyard is the most recent album by Oklahoma native Eric Stanglin and his Prague-based band, The Juke Joint Heroes. The album features nine original songes that tell stories of working-class life, the perils of Oklahoma weather, relationships good and bad, and the evil spawned by jealousy, as well as two covers of classic blues songs by Son House and Skip James.
Eric Stanglin - Rhythm/Lead/Slide Guitar and Vocals
Jan Cisar - Bass
Jiri Marsicek - Rhythm/Lead Guitar
Jan Podzimek - Drums
Rene Trossman - Lead guitar on track 3
Jan Korinek - Hammond organ
Recorded at Reel Blues Studios in Revnice, Czech Republic
Produced by Jan Korinek
All songs written by Eric Stanglin, except "Death Letter" written by Edward James House, Jr. and "Devil Got My Woman" written by Nehemiah Curtis James.
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