Steve Chizmadia | It Is What It Is

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It Is What It Is

by Steve Chizmadia

A slice of city folk Americana steeped in the rhythms and accents of Cajun, zydeco and country.
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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1. Dead End Cowboy
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2. Somewhere Man
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3. It's Always Texas
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4. Katie Belle
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5. Mamou
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6. New York Moon
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7. Tangled in My Sheets
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8. This Old Town
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9. Little Voice
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10. Maybe You, Maybe Me
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11. Romeo & Juliet
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12. Needing You
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13. Average Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Steve is a Northeasterner with a southern soul. He's spent large chunks of time living in Texas and South Carolina and visits South Louisiana on a regular basis, visiting friends and soaking up the cajun/ creole culture that he loves. This c.d. marks his debut. It's been produced by Fred Gillen, Jr. and features a fine group of folk artist from the NYC area such as Steve Kirkman, Laurie MacAllister and Abbie Gardner (fromRED MOLLY) Anthony Da Costa, Andy Ladue, Nikos Brisco (of Cafe Antarsia) and multi-instrumentalist Dennis Lichtman. (BrainCloud, King Wilkie) The C.D. is a blend of folk, folk-pop, country, cajun and Americana.

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Bill Schoonover

Great Americana!
This CD was well worth the wait. A wonderful variety of stories, character studies and vignettes...all set to great American music ranging through quiet ballads, rollicking Country, Cajun Waltz, Folk and more. One thing's for sure, every tune seems designed to just make you feel good! Heartily recommended!
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