Chip Andrus | The Place We're At

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The Place We're At

by Chip Andrus

This CD is the second in Chip's collection of songs from the mystical land of the Ozark Mountains. One way to describe this collection is Alternative Mountain Americana, but you'll need to check it out for yourself! You'll keep this one in rotation!
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. The Place We're At
4:25 $1.40
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2. Full Moon River
4:05 $1.40
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3. Campfires and Dogwoods
4:31 $1.40
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4. Song for Spring
4:39 $1.40
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5. Derby Day
2:41 $1.40
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6. Lizard Springs
5:00 $1.40
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7. Three Feet Tall
3:20 $1.40
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8. Shelby's Song
4:03 $1.40
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9. Coming Up Roses
3:23 $1.40
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10. Psalm 133
4:53 $1.40
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11. Kyrie
3:41 $1.40
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes

This new CD is the second in Chip’s collection of Alternative Mountain Americana. His music emerges from the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas where he and his friends love to float the rivers, hike the mountains, sit by campfires, hunt and eat morel mushrooms, and all the things that make for good living in one of the most mystical places on earth. The water is really “blue and green” as he sings about and the enchanted nature of the place brings about a spirit that can only be expressed in the art that is inspired by the land and people. Of course, you could come yourself to the Mulberry River and see first hand the land where the “spirits dance around the trees”, but regardless, this CD is a must, whether you’ve been there or not.

The CD was recorded in Nashville at JonyMac studios. John McClure (JonyMac himself) describes the CD like this:


"Just listened again to the final mix of the CD, and it is Chip's best, in my opinion. As usual, all of nature is one beautiful sacrament. Baptized in the waters of an Arkansas river, Arkansas gravy running through Aaron's (Chip's) beard, eschatological feasts of food and home brewed beer with friends at Lizard Springs, and the most beautiful blues Kyrie imaginable with a children's choir singing with him. Be sure to get this CD! You'll play it over and over."

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