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Otter House Sketches

by Jacob Navarro

This album was recorded in an old Seattle shipyard after some hard touring on the bluegrass circuit. This is acoustic folk music, with the understated influence of many nights on the road picking old melodies and accompanying banjos and mandolins.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Roads and Rivers
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2. Song for Ora
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3. Tattooed on My Fist
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4. A Coyote's Tale
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5. Yesterday's Hope
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6. Come Together Fall Apart
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7. Mother of Exiles
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8. Dusty Miles
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9. Nine
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10. River of Dreams
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11. Ghost Ship
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12. Western High Rise
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13. Don't Let the Ship Go Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This album was recorded as an acoustic duet record, all performed by myself. I tried to keep it very raw and unpolished, without too much studio trickery. Most all of the record was recorded onto two tracks. On one track in front of one old tube microphone, I sang while playing rhythm on a Santa Cruz 1929 OO guitar. On a second track I played melody on a 1931 Gibson L30 archtop guitar. I started recording this while touring, in motels and peoples living rooms all across the country, and I finished it at a friends studio space in an old shipyard on Seattle's working waterfront. Music!

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