Dave Cyca | One of These Days

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One of These Days

by Dave Cyca

This debut album showcases 12 original songs in the folk tradition with well-crafted melodies and thoughtful lyrics. This natural musician has a voice as warm as the prairie sun. His relaxed style and touches of gentle humor express his appreciation for life. The title track has a great opening guitar hook and is whimsical and heartfelt. His signature song “My Two Wheels” rolls along with the momentum of a pleasure-filled long distance bike ride. Cyca’s daughter and son, musicians in their own right, sing and play on their father’s album. Jillian’s subtle background vocals add texture and sweetness to create rich family harmonies. Luke Cyca (from Vancouver bands Beekeeper, Sydney York, and Katie Rox) plays drums on four songs.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. My Two Wheels
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2. One of These Days
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3. Hang My Hat
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4. Figured Out
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5. Different Tune
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6. Harmony Guitar
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7. Orange Peel
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8. Tell Me Where You're Going
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9. Oh So Young
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10. Ed's Upright Bass
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11. Bricks and Mortar
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12. Sway
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
produced by : Jody Weger and Dave Cyca
engineered by: Jody Weger
mixed by: Jody Weger and Dave Cyca
mastered by Scott Pinder at Polyphonic Mastering, Winnipeg, MB
recorded at Dahl Street Studios, Swift Current, SK except for “Bricks and Mortar” recorded at the Lyric Theatre, Swift Current, SK and drums for tracks 1,3,7 and 9 recorded at Andrew Rasmussen’s studio in Vancouver, BC.

graphic design and cover photo by Jean Cyca

MUSICIANS:


1. My Two Wheels
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Luke Cyca: drums
Jody Weger: upright bass, guitar
Gord Nodge: mandolin

2. One of These Days
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Jody Weger: bass, dobro, percussion


3. Hang My Hat
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Luke Cyca: drums
Clayton Linthicum: pedal steel
Jody Weger: upright bass, guitar
Mark Penner: harmonica

4. Figured Out
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Jody Weger: bass
Mark Penner: guitar

5. Different Tune
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Jody Weger: upright bass, guitar, percussion
Gord Nodge: mandolin

6. Harmony Guitar
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Mark Penner: resonator guitar, harmonica

7. Orange Peel
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Luke Cyca: drums
Mark Penner: lead guitar
Jody Weger: bass, guitar




8. Tell Me Where You’re Going
Dave Cyca: vocals, guitar
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Jody Weger: bass, drums, guitar
Clayton Linthicum: pedal steel
Mark Penner: harmonica

9. Oh So Young
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Luke Cyca: drums
Jody Weger: bass, electric guitar, background vocals
Mark Penner: lead guitar

10. Ed’s Upright Bass
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Jody Weger: upright bass, percussion
Gord Nodge: mandolin

11. Bricks and Mortar
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals, bass
Paula McGuigan: background vocals
Mark Penner: resonator guitar, harmonica
Eliza Doyle: mandolin


12. Sway
Dave Cyca: guitar, vocals
Jillian Cyca: background vocals
Jody Weger: dobro, upright bass, percussion

I think I’ve always felt that music should be well-written, well performed ant that it should accurately reflect the values and interests of the singer/songwriter. Dave Cyca’s debut CD, “One of These Days”, does all of that in spades. Every cut on this album is a clear reflection of Dave’s strong family values, craftsmanship, wry sense of humour, appreciation for life, and humility, but perhaps no song says it better that the CD’s title track, “One of These Days”. This is Dave at his finest... The song is well-written, well-delivered (Dave has an excellent voice) and the song has a great opening guitar hook. It’s whimsically funny, thought provoking, heartfelt, and I just love the last line. I think it says it all: “my biggest wish is - I’ll be with you”.
You are with us Dave. Well done.
Bob Jamieson (friend, fellow musician and fan)

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