Casey Kristofferson | Hat Creek Sessions

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Hat Creek Sessions

by Casey Kristofferson

Implores a mix of experimental folk, blues, and rock to create his own brand of mountain music.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Tax Man Knows
3:34 album only
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2. Different Line
4:51 album only
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3. Lost in the White Clouds
3:49 album only
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4. Where Do I Stand
4:24 album only
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5. Indian Paintbrush
3:24 album only
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6. O' Captain
4:06 album only
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7. Well Runs Dry
4:40 album only
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8. Black Lies
2:42 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Hat Creek Sessions" is an album written and performed by Casey Kristofferson. The album was literally recorded in a cabin off of the South Gulch grazing allotment near Ellis, Idaho. The drainage is called Hat Creek. Many cold mornings were spent recording songs next to the old wood burning stove while the local wildlife made their morning calls. Kristofferson worked in close association with Fred Crabtree who happens to be a talented musician and a good production engineer. The two of them spent many nights at the Hat Creek cabin drinking a little whiskey while playing guitars and crafting this album. One particular morning while recording "Indian Paintbrush", Kristofferson took a morning walk and happened to step on a rattlesnake. The serpent was so cold in the crisp morning air, that it couldn't rattle and therefore remained still. Casey was obviously not bitten but was surprised none the less. The big horn sheep would descend from the mountains every few days to drink water from Hat Creek and graze on the grassy field in front of the small cabin. There was always a beautiful spectacle to behold out at the cabin. "Hat Creek Sessions" is an album sculpted from the earth. The majestic mountains of Central Idaho can be heard throughout it. Please enjoy listening to Hat Creek Sessions and cheers! www.caseykristofferson.com

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