Bill Scorzari | Through These Waves

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Through These Waves

by Bill Scorzari

Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. A Dream of You
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2. A Brand New Deal
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3. Shelter from the Wind
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4. Hound Dog Diggin'
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5. More of Your Love
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6. Holy Man
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7. She Don't Care About Auld Lang Syne
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8. For When I Didn't See
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9. Loser at Heart
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10. I Can Carry This
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11. It's Time
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12. Riptide
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bill Scorzari explores Impassioned and thoughtful landscapes in Through These Waves, his second full-length record. Produced by Jonah Tolchin (Yep Roc) and engineered, mixed, and mastered by Billy Bennett, the album of all original material was recorded over twelve days at the famed Bomb Shelter in East Nashville through the studio’s 1970’s MCI console and mixed to tape. In a recent interview with No Depression, Tolchin calls Bill Scorzari, “one of the greatest songwriters I’ve ever heard.” Joining Scorzari on the album are Joachim Cooder (drums, percussion), Laur Joamets (electric guitar, slide guitar), Chris Scruggs (steel guitar), Will Kimbrough (mandolin, piano), Eamon McLoughlin (fiddle, viola, cello), Jon Estes (upright bass, guitar, organ), Kim Richey (vocals), Brent Burke (dobro) and more. With sincere and robust lyrics, Scorzari’s raspy vocals usher the listener breezily into his world. Even through all of the chaos in the world, every time you are let down, or hurt, or feel broken, there is a softness within our hearts that will help us to come through and rise above anything that life deals us, without hardening our spirit. There’s a solemn, yet uplifting and gracious feel to Through These Waves, a gentle roll of energy in the songs and the recording experience that is emphasized in the musical collaboration that came about when the musicians entered the studio.


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