Howie Campbell | Days Gone By

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Days Gone By

by Howie Campbell

A nostalgic treatment of the empty nest in an acoustic setting with bass, drums and a wailing harmonica in the distance. "An empty swing ... an empty home ... but they can come back still." It will make you weep with fond memories.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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Album Notes
Howie Campbell - vocals and guitar, Biery Davis - harmonica, Robby Meadows - bass, John Presnell - drums, .

Recorded at Robby Meadows Studio Productions in Harrisonburg, VA.
Mastered by Larry DeVivo at Silvertone Mastering.

Awesome cover art by Robin McCarthy.

Published by Wisdom and Truth Music, LLC

Feeling rather melancholy one day, I stepped out the back door and saw my grandson's swing hanging in the Chestnut tree. I thought, "it won't be long before he's too big for that swing." Then I thought, "it won't be long before he's not even coming around much anymore." So as I went back inside I walked past my son's 'empty' room. One thing led to another and "Days Gone By" was born.

The swing on the cover is the actual swing, tree and yard. The other picture is Debbie and me with our four delightful grandchildren.

Thanks to Debbie for believing in me all these years, and to my children and grandchildren for providing excellent song material. I love you guys soooo much.



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Ted Rice

Days Gone BY
A great song expressing the feelings of those of us whose children have grown up and moved out!