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About Time

by Craig Corona

Drawing from life in the mid-west, emotional inspiration and history a picture is painted crossing the lines of folk, country, bluegrass and acoustic rock. The album invokes feelings and thoughts about life, hardship, belief and accomplishment.
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Station By Station
3:36 $0.99
2. Miner's Town
4:03 $0.99
3. Punch Clocks
3:39 $0.99
4. Dustbowl Dreams
4:05 $0.99
5. A Little More Time
4:51 $0.99
6. OK Down Here
3:12 $0.99
7. Hey Cali
4:24 $0.99
8. Hobbies & Dreams
3:19 $0.99
9. St. Helena
4:35 $0.99
10. Farther
3:39 $0.99
11. A Quick Turn
3:56 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Why About Time? Well, first, it’s been many years since my first album. Second, it’s all about time. How it changes things, how it can effect people, places and dreams. Most of all, it’s what we choose to do with it. Thanks for taking time to listen to this.

Many thanks are in order...the many musicians that gave of their time and skill to make this album. Chris Goodspeed, Chris Smith & Chris Ramey, Bill Browning, Louie Jordan, KC Groves, Enion Pelta-Tiller, Jill Sheppard, Mark Geisler, Edgar Papke, Patrick Brickel & everyone else who helped out. Also, thanks to Scott Roche and all the fine folks at Coupe Studios.
Thanks to the many people who have attended my shows and have asked about this album.
Finally, Alyssa, who pushes me to be more than I am.

Engineered and mixed by Craig Corona at Sawmill Sound, Longmont, CO
Mastered by Mark Downie at Western Mastering, Holyoke, MA
Graphic Design by Craig Corona, Chris Goodspeed & Chris Smith
Photos by Alyssa Corona

Musicians -
Craig Corona - Acoustic Guitar, Vocals and occasionally a shaker or tambourine
Christopher Smith - Electric Guitar, Background Vocals
Chris Goodspeed - Bass and graphic design for the physical and digital world
Chris Ramey - Pedal Steel, Banjo & Dobro
KC Groves - Upright Bass on OK Down Here & Dustbowl Dreams and Background Vocals on St. Helena
Enion Pelta-Tiller - 5-String Violin
Bill Browning - Mandolin
Jill Sheppard - Tin Whistle
Louie Jordan - Drums & Percussion
Mark Geisler - Violin, Cello, Harp, Tin Whistle & Synth on A Quick Turn
Nathan Estep - Percussion on A Quick Turn



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About Time Is Well Worth Your Time
This new CD from Colorado singer/songwriter Craig Corona is a double thumbs up winner. It will get many repeated listenings on my audio device. The synopsis and album notes on this page are spot on in describing what this album is about so give them a read.

One of the many things I love about this CD is that it hangs together as a whole. It is rare when I come across an album that I can actually listen to from start to finish in one sitting and ABOUT TIME is one of these rare finds. From the album’s great have to get out of here train song opener “Station By Station” to the life turns on a dime poignant ending of “A Quick Turn”, these songs take the listener on a musical and lyrical journey that is well worth the ticket price of this CD. There was not a single song on this record that I didn’t like - another rarity these days where only just a few songs on any given CD seem worth purchasing or keeping.

Craig displays excellent songwriting skills on this album (he wrote 10 of the 11 songs and co-wrote the 11th). His beautiful, uncomplicated melodies and rhythms combine with solid, down-to-earth lyrics that are blessedly free of poetic overkill and craftily clever metaphors. Corona utilizes his own unique turns of phrase to paint vivid portraits of everyday American life whether the setting is contemporary or historical. Be it the farmer, factory worker, musician, coal miner, immigrant or office executive who wonders where his dreams disappeared to, in these songs we get to experience these peoples’ loves, losses, dreams, hardships, better times and not so better times as well as the places they live which are as much characters in these stories as the people are.

The musical styles and influences of folk, acoustic rock, bluegrass, country and Celtic crossover make for a surprising blend that works very well on this CD. An excellent cast of diverse supporting musicians adds precisely the right flavors to all of these songs and the musical production is just right being neither too heavy handed or too sparse. Craig’s easy going, smooth voice put me at ease and I actually felt peaceful after listening to this CD even though the last song made me cry.

The preview samples featured on this page are mere teasers to the fullness and richness of this album. Purchasing a single track or two in this case would be like purchasing just a chapter or two of a good book. Get the whole story. You’ll find that ABOUT TIME is well worth your time.