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Heat Change Vapor + Snow

by Darrington

Acoustic folk-rock songs inspired by my fascination with the science, nature, psychology, the weather, and favorite songwriters such as Neil Finn, Elvis Costello, David Gray and Pete Yorn
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Clear
3:13 album only
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2. Snapshot From A Year Away
4:11 album only
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3. Twenty Eight
3:17 album only
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4. Before It Goes Away
3:52 album only
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5. Battle Hymn
2:23 album only
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6. Surprised?
3:22 album only
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7. Transparent Blue
3:15 album only
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8. Waylaid
3:15 album only
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9. Amnesia
3:07 album only
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10. Darrington
3:32 album only
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11. Magnetic North
2:39 album only
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12. Porch Swing Torch Song
4:24 album only
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13. Harnessing The Sun
3:33 album only
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14. Ariadne
2:31 album only
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15. Stop Expecting Magic: Then She Disappears
6:53 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
To help bring the songs to life, I enlisted the help of some of my talented friends. Although Darrington is new configuration of those friends, we've each been performing around the Bay Area for the past ten years or so. Most recently, our cellist Laura Loescher, guitarist Paul Boutin and I were in a band called The Scattering Blue, which also featured vocalist Alyn Kelley of Mary Schmary and drummer Patrick McGavock of Mama Luke.

After releasing a CD titled "Divisadero" in the summer of 2000, the band played gigs at venues around the Bay Area including the Sweetwater in Mill Valley. In early 2001, the Scattering Blue disbanded to focus on other projects.

After a year of hibernating and working on new songs, I called some of my friends to see if they had any interest in reuniting for a new project. This time around, we asked Sage Cohen, former singer with the Been Weevils, to join the group as a percussionist and vocalist. In the months that followed they got together at Grizzly Studios in Petaluma with Sonoma's most notorious son, engineer/producer Roger Tschann, and at Jerry Harrison's studio in Sausalito with engineer/producer, Matt Cohen, a long-time member of Marin-based Ska Punk outfit, Jimmy Two Times.

Thanks for listening!
Drew Pearce

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Steve Rogers

Excellent cd........love song 3 and 8!
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Kevin Karr

Great CD - Great Band - Great People
The CD's songs are well structured and have a certain catch melody to them. Very uppidy music and very heart driven lyrics. Looking forward to more music from a great band such as Darrington.
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