John Condron & the Old Gang Orchestra | Dead Tree

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Dead Tree

by John Condron & the Old Gang Orchestra

Lyric driven, folk rock & soul; Acoustic archtops, horns & swirling Hammonds dancing on top of the earthiest of rhythm sections all in support of a singer-songwriter's urgency & pop sensibility!
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Dead Tree
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2. Seldom the Truth
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3. Overstayed
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4. Arrogant Roses
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5. These Beginnings
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6. Dragons
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7. Get There
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8. January
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9. Praise the Electric
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10. The Field
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11. Tides
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded & Mixed by Bill Aldridge
@Third City Sound
Assistant Engineer: David Francis
Mastered by Luke Farran
John Condron: Guitars /Vocals/Keyboards
Tom Maslowski: Bass Guitar
Doneco Nudi: Drums
Ellis Wright: Saxophone
Words: John Condron
Music: Condron/Maslowski/Nudi/Wright/Krauss
Violin (Tracks 2 & 5): Anne Hatfield-Martin
Additional Horns (Tracks 4 & 9): Bill Aldridge & David Francis
Additional Vocals (Track 11) Allison Flood
Mandolin (Track 10) Pat Otto
Produced by John Condron & The Old Gang Orchestra and Bill Aldridge
Assistant Producer: David Francis
All Songs c p 2018 Old Gang Music (SESAC)

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