Doug Barnett | Half Full And Just Getting Warm

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Half Full And Just Getting Warm

by Doug Barnett

Folk, americana, country, singer songwriter, acoustic, introspective.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Late for my Own Funeral
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2. Grand Adventure
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3. Glimpse of Americana
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4. Voice of Angels
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5. Half Full and Getting Warm
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6. What a Mans Gotta do
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7. Transubstantion Blues
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8. Ben & Kristen Cause a Rukus
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9. My Television
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10. Just a Shadow
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11. What were you expecting
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12. Off Shore
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13. Fresh Coat of Paint
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14. Best Friend
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15. A Life Reflected
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16. Silence is Golden
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17. All in this Together
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18. Moving Furniture
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I am an acoustic guitarist in Bellevue Washington.
I was born and mostly raised in Phoenix, Arizona. Graduated from Saguaro grade school and Moon Valley High School. I first learned to play the guitar as a junior in high school (1976) when I picked up my mothers 1958 Harmony archtop f-hole jazz guitar. Learned the required John Denver songbook and some Jim Croce tunes. After high school there were a few open mic nights and some jam sessions with local acoustic artists, but life started calling and music became a hobby instead of a profession.
I moved to Washington in December of 1996. Moved back to Arizona in 2000 and back to Washington again in May of 2001. I continued to play off and on (mostly off) until I married my wife Diana in 2003. With her inspiration the passion for writing music began again. Since June of 2003 I've written a big pile of songs and recorded many of them myself. This set was written in 2005/2006 and recorded in November 2006.
I Write and record using a Martin Cowboy II, An Ibanez aef18tvs and a Gretsch Jumbo cutaway.
I did all the recording work on the CDs, played all the guitar tracks, sang lead and harmony vocals. Took most of the pictures, designed the cover and burned the CDs. The CDs were recorded using a Tascam 8-track DP-01 digital recorder. Then transfered to wav files with Nero Wave editor and burned onto CD-R using Cakewalk Pyro.

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