Jivviden | Slow Commotion

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Slow Commotion

by Jivviden

A musical soundscape forged by four passionate students of the blues, folk, and rock n' roll music of yester year stamped with a unique style all their own.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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2. High Whores
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3. Dream Juice
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5. Head Honcho
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6. Hands On Deck
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7. Scrawny Hipster Blues
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8. Lame Snake Dream
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9. Old Medicine
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10. It's All Fine
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11. Hash Naps
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12. Druggies' Moan
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13. Tribute to the Dead
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14. Slum Blues
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15. Fuck South Dakota
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Slow Commotion" was recorded on Cleveland's east side in Jivviden's Greenhouse Recording Studio. All songs were mixed by B. Richard Tonti and Mike Varga PhD; mastered by Paul Hamann at Suma Recording Studio. All music and lyrics written and performed by Jivviden: Joseph Wolfe - Lead Guitar, Matt Sikon - Rhythm Guitar/ Vocals, Steve Kessler - Percussion, Brandon Tonti - Bass Guitar. Guest performances by Dylan Grove - Organ, Thomas Kassai - Harmonica and Kyle Friebertshauser - Bass Guitar (Tribute to the Dead). Album and promotional photography by Elissa Hastings with additional album artwork by Matt Sikon.

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