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The Creaking Planks

The Creaking Planks

The Creaking Planks


A steam driven, lead based i-pod from 1903. Jug band of the damned. In January 2005, two members of “The Creaking Planks”, made their first public performance at Raw and Cooked. On this happy occasion they met the accordion player from “That’s My Brain And You’re Killing It!” and knew immediately that they had found what they needed to perform piratical sea shanties. In the summer of 2006 the tides shifted and the musical core adjusted Read more on Last.fm
A steam driven, lead based i-pod from 1903. Jug band of the damned. In January 2005, two members of “The Creaking Planks”, made their first public performance at Raw and Cooked. On this happy occasion they met the accordion player from “That’s My Brain And You’re Killing It!” and knew immediately that they had found what they needed to perform piratical sea shanties.

In the summer of 2006 the tides shifted and the musical core adjusted, permitting the more wholesale incorporation of contributions by occasional collaborators and other new (old) sounds, expanding the ensemble to nine (with no theoretical upper limit). Today the Creaking Planks strap on forgotten and dismissed instruments of simpler times, preemptively gathering the tunes and jingles of today from the ashbins of tomorrow and re-presenting them in a novel anachronistic setting and style. Drawing on numerous and disparate naive, folk and outsider musical traditions, the common thread running through the performers in this ensemble is that individually, none of them belong in a contemporary musical context. Read more on Last.fm.

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