Produced by Bruce Haedt in 2002
|2.||Don't Know Why||3:35|
|4.||Crow (full length mp3)||3:28|
|6.||Radledown (full length mp3)||2:42|
|8.||Raking Up the Sand||3:14|
|9.||4 Questions for Emily||4:44|
|13.||Road Down Time||3:02|
|16.||Light My Fire||3:58|
Musicians (listed alphabetically):
David Denz; bazouki on “Don’t Know Why”.
Gene Gilliam; dobro on “Crow”.
Emily Groff; vocals on “Don’t Know Why”, and "4 Questions for Emily".
Mike Murray; banjo and vocals on “Raking Up the Sand”.
Susan Welch; vocals on "Brother".
Eddie Williams; harmonica on “Road Down Time”.
Recorded and Engineered by Bruce Haedt and Eddie Jay
Williams in 4-track cassette and direct-to-digital formats.
Digitally mastered by Bruce.
This album combines new compositions and improvisations with a few older
keep rising to the surface of my repertoire.
The folk music scene in Kitsap County has revived my interest and focus on acoustic, rootsy performances and arrangements. However, the occasional electric or effected outburst can be found here. "Brother" and "Posthumorous" represent both styles addressing the same theme.
All songs and arrangements by Bruce Haedt except "Light My Fire" by Jim Morrison.
photography and design by Bruce.
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