Although the primary constituent of Two Dollar Guitar’s history has been the fleshing-out of the fecund muse of singer/guitarist TIM FOLJAHN, this brand new album of instrumental improvisation reveals a new facet of the trio’s work altogether. Train Songs is the band’s rhythmic engine exposed, it’s skeletal riffing and ensemble magicks engaged, locked in tight thematic locomotion. All pitched together spontaneous, free and unselfconscious. DAVE MOTAMED’s bass rides the electric blues & R&B rails, STEVE SHELLEY’s drumming is at the top of the game, and Tim’s never-been-finer guitar twang is boosted by a newfound addition of electronics. Frequencies drip spectral over the track’s feral pulse, and then the band switches instruments adding to the already intricate weave. A companion of sorts to Tim’s recent solo outing as LA LENGUA ASESINA which strips down the music to reveal the power of the song in its most intimate state. Enjoy the ride.