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Don Everett Pearce | Hope & Anchor (EP)

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Hope & Anchor (EP)

by Don Everett Pearce

Raw & "vibey" acoustic vignettes from the California desert to the crumbled shipyards of Brooklyn. File under Urban Americana.
Genre: Folk: Urban Folk
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1. Hope & Anchor
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2. Bonneville
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3. Looking for Water (in Joshua Tree) - solo acoustic version
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4. Rose on the Lower Eastside
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5. World's Gone Mad
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Album Notes
Stray dog on the bank of the river
Streetcar with weeds in its wheels
The sugar factory stands abandoned
Amanda knows just how that feels
– from “Hope & Anchor” –

Don Everett Pearce builds his music on the foundations of blues, country, & folk, but he does so with a contemporary urban sensibility and with a natural, weathered voice that is distinctly his own.

This no-frills set of home-recorded songs makes for the kind of intimate listening experience that only a solo acoustic-based recording can deliver. The instrumentation is sparse and uncluttered, yet thick with “vibe.”

Pearce’s songwriting places a strong emphasis on character & setting. Whether the song is set in the California desert (“Looking for Water in Joshua Tree”) or in the crumbled shipyards of Brooklyn, NY (“Hope & Anchor”), the descriptiveness in the lyrics brings it all to life in a way that is almost cinematic.

File under Urban Americana.

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