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|1) Until it Teaches Me
(4:20) – An intense portrait of sexual attraction. A spooky
rock and roll ballad with a variable time signature.
(4:19) – A traveler inspires fear among her provincial neighbors. Serpentine,
Middle Eastern sounding rhythm and drone.
Station in Purgatory (3:15) – A mid-tempo postcard from an exotic
shore. A wish for passion in a lilting, Samba-like rhythm.
|4) What Would
Jed Do? (3:45)– A whimsical, medium tempo tribute to television sitcoms.
|5) Fly Me
to the Islands (4:56) – A dreamy wish to fly away to the stress-free
life of a later-day Robinson Crusoe. Featuring guitar, ukulele and
Hawaiian lap steel.
|6) Sleeping With Cats (2:18) – Instrumental. Acoustic
and electric guitar evoke the Santos and Johnny classic “Sleepwalk.”
|7) The English
Girl (4:00) – Violin and baritone guitar form a slow waltz to tell
the tale of a war bride’s journey from innocence to the mean streets
of the city. A sad illustration of how the effects of war reach far beyond
|8) The Cycle
(4:49) – A spare arrangement of guitar, cello and English horn
plunge the listener into a deeply contemplative expression of familial regret
Lovers to Barleycorn (3:46) – Evocative of
an old time Appalachian tune a la Gillian Welch, with a modern twist. Guitar, Dobro®, mandolin
and tasteful percussion tell the tale of alcoholism’s insidious journey through
Seasons Ago (4:46) – Mystical rock and roll in the tradition of Spirit
and early Fleetwood Mac. A flower child looks back at the passionate days
of the summer of love, with full trap set drumming and electric guitar. I
used to be so wild ...
One They Call Mr. President (3:17) – A bluesy protest song with acoustic
guitars and tenor sax. A politician ain’t no better than a really bad boyfriend.
of the 21st Century (3:07) – A chirpy, up tempo look at the state
of the world. Straight up, singer/songwriter fare with guitar, violin and vocals.
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