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The Envelope

by Duette

"The Envelope" is a unique mix of captivating originals, and offbeat classics that will boost your soul. Duette delivers tight harmonies and spirited personality in The Envelope. Featuring Felix Cavaliere, Britt Edwards, Ronnie Brown, Charlie Esposito
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Take Me for a Little While (feat. Felix Cavaliere & Britt Edwards)
3:11 album only
2. How Long Is Now
4:13 $0.99
3. Moody's Mood
3:47 album only
4. So Much in Love
3:17 album only
5. Touch the Water
4:50 $0.99
6. The Envelope (feat. Britt Edwards)
4:29 $0.99
7. Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (feat. Ronnie Brown)
4:29 album only
8. Jason and Ida
2:53 $0.99
9. You and Me and You (feat. Felix Cavaliere)
3:13 $0.99
10. Call It a Day (feat. Charlie Esposito)
3:43 $0.99
11. Goodnight My Someone / Seventy-Six Trombones
5:23 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Duette is an acoustic folk/pop band playing early pop & rock n’ roll classics, American songbook, and their own surprising originals. Their music is filled with tight irresistible harmonies accompanied by guitar, ukulele and harmonica. Band members Duane Spencer and Paulette Licitra perform frequently in Nashville at the First Center for the Visual Arts and Brown’s Diner, as well as in the Northeast at the Bitter End in NYC and Blue in Portland, Maine.

Duane Spencer has collaborated with a long list of notable artists, including Van Morrison, James Taylor, Carly Simon, Felix Cavaliere, Mark Volman, Kate Taylor, John Hall, Bobby Cochran, Fred Lipsius, Roly Salley, Richard Bell, and Clark Pierson. He was a member of the legendary Martha's Vineyard acoustic band Mr. Timothy Charles Duane (aka TCD), and the soca group Target Rhythm Band. He co-wrote the lullaby "Jason and Ida" with Columbia artist Kate Taylor, featuring James Taylor on guitar and vocals, Carly Simon on vocals, and Will Lee on bass.

Paulette Licitra has produced and written for television, film, and theatre and has written music for her theatrical plays “hip my heart” and “Jazzing,” which were produced for the stage in Indianapolis and NYC. She is publisher of the food literary journal “Alimentum,” and, as Chef Paulette, she makes regular appearances on Nashville’s Channel 4 “More at Midday.”

The Envelope by Duette

Produced by Duette: Duane Spencer and Paulette Licitra
Co-Producer, Recording & Mixing Engineer: Britt Edwards
Recorded and Mastered at Center Street Recording Studios, Old Hickory, TN
Cover Design: Duane Spencer
Cover Illustration: Paulette Licitra
c 2015 by Duette

1. Take Me for a Little While (T. Martin) 3:11
Duette listened closely in the 1960’s and here it is again.
Duane: guitar, drums, percussion, vocals. Paulette: vocals. Felix Cavaliere: organ. Britt Edwards: bass.

2. How Long is Now (D. Spencer, P. Licitra) 4:13
Our rendezvous with time.
Duane: guitar, percussion, slide guitar, vocals. Paulette: harmonica, vocals.

3. Moody’s Mood (E. Jefferson) 3:47
Paulette encountered King Pleasure in 1971. Who could forget?
Duane: guitar, vocals. Paulette: vocals.

4. So Much in Love (G. Williams, R. Straigis, W. Jackson) 3:16
Duane’s favorite back-alley singalong with former band-mate C.S. Leighton. Now Duette takes hold.
Duane: guitar, percussion, vocals. Paulette: vocals.

5. Touch the Water (Lyna Hinkel) 4:49
The earth’s anthem by our dear friend Lyna (part human, part tree, part deer).
Duane: guitar, Tuvan thoat singing, percussion, vocals. Paulette: singing bowl, thumb piano,
percussion, vocals.

6. The Envelope (D. Spencer, P. Licitra)
We wrote this dreaming of tumbleweed and back porches.
Duane: guitar, drums, percussion, vocals. Paulette: ukulele, vocals. Britt Edwards: bass.

7. Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (S. Fain, P.F. Webster) 4:28
Duane’s mom took him to see the movie when he was just 5. His heart is still there.
Duane: guitar, xylophone, synth, vocals. Paulette: vocals. Ronnie Brown: piano.

8. Jason and Ida (K. Taylor, D. Spencer) 2:52
In the 70’s Duane lived on Martha’s Vineyard and co-wrote songs with Kate Taylor. This is their lullaby.
Duane: guitar, vocals. Paulette: vocals.

9. You and Me and You (D. Spencer) 3:13
We know just how lucky we are.
Duane: guitar, vocals. Paulette: vocals. Felix Cavaliere: string arrangement, piano, synth.

10. Call it a Day (D. Spencer) 3:42
At just 3 years old, Duane’s grandfather taught him ukulele. Inspiration followed.
Duane: ukulele, vocals. Paulette: vocals. Charlie Esposito: clarinet.

11. Goodnight My Someone/Seventy-Six Trombones (M. Willson) 5:22
Paulette’s parents took her to see The Music Man at age 5. Her heart is still there.
Duane: guitar, piano, xylophone, vocals. Paulette: vocals.



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