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Notch

by Ancient Desert Ritual

Pink Floyd's "The Wall" meets Marillion's "Misplaced Childhood" meets Alanis Morisette's "Jagger Little Pill".
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Me and My Monkey
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2. Tempting Fate
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3. Constructing Demons
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4. A Time to Retire
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5. This Trick's Had It
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6. So Good to Me
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7. A Walk Along Cloud Nine
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8. Fallin'
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9. The Painting of an Ugly Picture
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10. What's Wrong, Boy?
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11. Played
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12. Why Did You Dig My Grave so Deep?
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13. Notch
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14. You Left Me
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15. Cut and Dry
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16. The Bell Tolls as the Crow Crows
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17. Placing Blame
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18. Deconstructing Self
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19. Spit or Swallow (On a Cliff)
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20. A Break in the Clouds
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21. Hold On
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22. South of Rampart
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23. It's All Water
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
NOTCH is an album of lyrical songwriting with a bold theme. An angry darkness flows throughout this collection of tunes. Emotions run high.

Album Notes:

Glenn D. Clark - 4, 5 and 6 string basses, Hammond organ (B4), pump organ, piano, electric piano, synthesizers, nylon-string guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar, 12-string guitar, lap steel guitar, guitar synthesizer, MIDI pedals, backing vocals, percussion, Simmons drums, voice on "What's Wrong, Boy?" and synthetic and acoustic nicknacks
Patrick Boothe - lead and backing vocals
Andy Units - backing vocals
Dan Solano - acoustic drums
John Duran - acoustic drums ("Monkey" & "Spit")
Harry Gilbert - cello and mandolin ("Good To Me" & "South Of Rampart")
Ben Tanler - acoustic drum recording engineer to Dan Solano session
Jason Nunnencamp - acoustic drum recording engineer to John Duran session
Thom Pavlechko - acoustic piano ("Good To Me")

Music, concept and lyrics by Glenn D. Clark except "It's All Water" music by Clark and words by Leland P. Gehauf.

Produced, arranged, engineered, mixed by Glenn D. Clark.

Recorded and mixed at Ancient Desert Sounds and Recording in Denver, CO; Long Beach, CA; Austin, TX.

Mastered by Nick Landis at Terra Nova Digital Audio, Inc. in Austin, Texas.

photos by Joseph-Carson Smith-Royal Lion-Photography
artwork concept by Glenn D. Clark

design and layout by Glenn D. Clark

Thanx to: F. Leo Parks, Patrick, Mark (Andy), Dan, John, Harry, Thom, Jesse Greiner, Lee P. Gehauf, Jesse Milinowicz (model), Nick Landis, Kevin Murray, I at IK Multimedia, J at Steinberg USA, family and friends

copyright 2014 (BMI)
catalog No. ADSR-012

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