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Here Comes a Train- EP

by Aron Van Alstine

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Aron Van Alstine's eclectic style of rock'n'roll combines danceable beats, colorful harmonies, and thoughtful lyrics with a wry sense of humor. Retro but not kitsch, Aron's songs are at once genre-bending and authentic. In them you can hear the influence of artists such as Joni Mitchell, the Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder, David Grisman, Randy Newman, The Meters, and Talking Heads, and Café Tacuba.


released October 1, 2010

Recorded at Yello Studios, Ventura CA
Engineered by Rory Anton, Aron Van Alstine, and Tony Humecke
Produced by Aron Van Alstine
Mastered by Tony Humecke

Bass, guitars, piano, mandolin, vocals by Aron Van Alstine except as noted.
Organs by David Gorospe
Here Comes a Train & I Can Say Goodbye: Dave Anter (bass), Tommy Johnson (drums)
Too Many Love Songs: Brian Granillo (drums), Rory Anton (lead guitar, harmonica)
Get Over Your Self: Greg Weiser (drums), Jose Valdez(congas)

Pure Fun Records (PF106)


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Aron Van Alstine Ojai, California

Aron Van Alstine emerged from the Bolivian jungle in 2003 with a guitar and a backpack. His travels brought him to Ojai, California. Along the way he’s performed everything from the Beach Boys to Beethoven on the guitar, bass, keyboard, and voice. He released his first solo album in 2010, followed by EPs in 2011 and 2012. He’s back in 2016 with a new band, a new sound, and a new album. ... more

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