Calling for us in Rutland MA, David Kaynor had a vision of a smooth sweet tune that transformed into raw energy over the course of a dance. This was the result.
Amy encountered Cuñaq on her travels in Argentina and wrote October Snow as a companion tune when she came home. Jeff wanted to play melody too, so we found Trip to Moscow for him.
Audrey brought Larcom to us from good friend and talented pianist Eric Eid-Reiner. Amy wrote Granddaddy's in memory of childhood mornings in Glastonbury.
Andrew once described this set as an altercation between a farting gnome and a drunken fairy in a woodland bar. It has since evolved, so feel free to use your imagination.
One of our favorite sets to end the evening with.
Amy wrote this waltz after witnessing the aftermath of a hawk attack another bird's nest. It is a reflection on the brutality and beauty of nature.
Jeff learned Reign on crew at Pinewoods summer 2008. When he brought it to the band it didn't immediately enter our repertoire, but it's grown into one of our favorite sets.
Amy wrote Flannel on her new piano thinking of her sweetheart hundreds of miles away.
Audrey wrote this waltz for her father, Charlie, and stepmother, Susan.
Amy and Audrey learned this tune from Boston area musicians Rachel Panitch and Rebecca Bosworth-Clemens. We could play this tune all night.
|Recorded and Mixed:||Electric Wilburland, Newfield, NY|
|Sound Engineer:||Will Russell|
|CD Art, Graphic Design:||Max Hogue|
|Guest Musicians:||Andrew VanNorstrand, Noah VanNorstrand|