Deborah Crooks | India Street

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India Street

by Deborah Crooks

...a more diverse take on Americana with a distinctly female tone, and quite charming." — East Bay Express
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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With sensibilities shaped by a love of early Tom Petty, Sheryl Crow and the latest from Jenny Lewis, “India Street” addresses Crooks’ longtime concerns about love and faith, while lightheartedly detailing getting lost on the way to a gig.
On the surface, “India Street,” is about trying to find one’s way in a strange town, but really it’s about the various ways people demonstrate their faith in life. While Crooks has made numerous trips to India over the past decade to study yoga and voice, she wrote the lyrics while on tour in Southern California, reading directions on the way to a venue in San Diego — where there is an actual India Street. “It’s one of those songs I’ve been playing live for years now, and it finally seemed time to record it,” said Crooks of guitar-driven tune. Crooks, whose past recordings— including the acclaimed 2013 release “Little Bird” produced by Art Khu — have received global airplay, placed on the PBS TV Series RoadTrip Nation, and included on the recent Songs from the Fog compilation, recorded and co-produced the track with her longtime bandmates amid working on a new KCDC recording.
Recorded at Lost Monkey Studio, Hayward, & K2 Studio, Alameda, CA. Engineered & mixed by Mike Stevens at Lost Monkey Studio, Hayward, CA. Crooks, vocals; Kwame Copeland, guitars; Stevens, drums; Andrew Gibson, bass. Mastered by Ben Bernstein at Petting Zoo Studio.
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