John McGaraghan & Lee Simpson | Summertime In California

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Summertime In California

by John McGaraghan & Lee Simpson

Pure, acoustic singer-songwriter tunes. Fabulous harmony singing and stellar guitar playing.
Genre: Country: Americana
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Album Notes
In early July of 2006, former King Harvest founding members John McGaraghan (See also Oversoul, Grow at and Lee Simpson took a short break from busy solo careers to get together for a relaxing week in Chico. The summer heat, the cool river water, and the energy of the road ended up mixing well with some good old fashioned picking and singing. Within a few days, they wrote several songs together, and re-arranged some classic numbers out of both of their back catalogs. Before they knew it there was an album in the works! With a bunch of mics up in the room, two voices, and a rack full of guitars, "Summertime In California" is a stripped down, honest, and unadulturated chronicle of a few days in the studio.

To us, it just sounds like summertime in California. And to us, that's a great sound...



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