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2018: Maybe Wednesday

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1.) Leap of Faith (Delbert McClinton) (Glen Clark and Gary Nicholson Copyright Krlt Music Obo Glen Clark 
 Music & Sony/Atv Cross Keys Publsng) 2.) You Say You Love (Mark Dodge) Inspired by a verse variously attributed to Shakespeare, Bob Marley, and others, but most likely a Turkish folk poem. 3.) Won My Love (Mark Dodge) For Vicki. 4.)We Can Work it Out A politician's lament. (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Copyright Sony/Atv Tunes Llc Dba Atv Obo Atv-Northern Songs Catalog) 5.) I'm Walkin' - Don lead vocal (Antoine Fats Domino and Dave Bartholomew Copyright Emi Unart Catalog Inc) 6.) Mercenary Territory (Little Feat)
 (Lowell George and Richie Hayward Copyright Naked Snake Music) 7.) Where Are You (Mark & Vicki Dodge) 8.) Blues for Christmas (James Clark) - James lead vocal

Tracks

Our second release comprises the best tracks from sessions between January and December of 2017. The recordings are mostly recorded live in the studio. Thirteen of the best performances are captured here, including 6 originals. Enjoy!
Image of the Maybe Wednesday CD 9.) Hurtin' (Whalen) 10.) Bird on a Wire - Andy lead vocal (Leonard Cohen Copyright Sony/Atv Songs Llc) 11.) Pretty Girl Why (Stephen Stills Copyright Warner- Tamerlane Pub Corp) Steve Stills antiwar song from the perspective of a soldier going off to war without a girlfriend. 12.) 180 Degrees (Whalen) 13.) Secret-O-Life (James Taylor Copyright Country Road Music Inc. C/O Gelfand Rennert And Feldman) Image of the back cover of the Maybe Wednesday CD

Notes

2016: Never on Tuesday

1.) Who’ll be the Next in Line? (Ray Davies) Kinks' Top-40 hit in 1965 2.) Here Comes the Big Parade (Connick, McLean) Recorded in 1994 by Harry Connick, Jr. (Mark - bass) 3.) Two Trains (Lowell George) Recorded by Little Feat in 1971 on “Dixie Chicken” 4.) Up the Line ("Little" Walter Jacobs) Covered by Robben Ford in 2006 5.) On Your Way Down (Allen Toussaint) Covered by Little Feat 6.) Who Will The Next Fool Be? 
 (Charlie Rich) Covered by The Amazing Rhythm Aces in 1975 7.) I Walk On Gilded Splinters 
 (Mac Rebbenac) Recorded by Dr. John the Night Tripper in 1969 8.) Peace, Love, and Understanding (Nick Lowe) Written in 1974, recorded by Elvis Costello in 1978 9.) Solitary Man (Neil Diamond) Released in 1966 by Neil Diamond 10.) Comin’ Back to Me (Marty Balin) On Jefferson Airplane‘s 1967 Surrealistic Pillow 11.) What You Won’t Do for Love (Calwell, Kettner) Released by Bobby Caldwell in 1978 (James - lead vocal) 12.) P.S. I Love You (Lennon/McCartney) Recorded by the Beatles in 1962 13.) Think (Lowman Pauling) 1960 James Brown track; later recorded by Taj Mahal
Our first release comprises the best tracks from semi-monthly sessions between the fall of 2014 and early 2016. The recordings are 80% live in the studio. (see Notes). Thirteen of the best performances are captured here. Enjoy!
Image of the back cover of the Never on Tuesday CD
Image of the Never on Tuesday CD

Tracks

Notes

 

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