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Under Shattered Skies

by Jubilant Bridge

A Dulcimer wizard, a clear-voiced poet, and a fearless guitarist create a sparkling, harmony-driven sound that is fresh and innovative, with intricate arrangements and unique harmonies.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Before You Fly
5:03 album only
2. The Gambler
3:55 album only
3. Shifting Into Red
3:46 album only
4. Independence Day
4:08 album only
5. Pretend
5:07 album only
6. Soliloquy/Brothers in Arms
3:57 album only
7. Four Common Men Create the Weather (Diamonds)
4:59 album only
8. Slow Moving Freight Train
3:39 album only
9. The Way He Phrased It
6:03 album only
10. Rodeo Man
4:41 album only
11. Run Away
3:45 album only
12. Spanish Johnny
3:55 album only


Album Notes

Recorded at Colorado Sound and produced by Scott Bennett, with assistance from Carol Van Alstine and Willie Jaeger, “Under Shattered Skies” features a mix of originals, songs by Bruce Springsteen and Mark Knopfler, and some contemporary Americana. With Bennett adding a whole new “dementia” to their proceedings, and his fearless guitar-playing and third harmony vocal, Willie and Carol take their music in a new direction. Guest musicians include Harry Bruckner, Carla Sciaky, and Ed Contreras; instrumentation includes viola da gamba and Slinky. Dirty Linen hailed the album’s “great harmony vocals,” “compelling dulcimer playing,” and “intelligent and thoughtful” lyrics, and Victory Review proclaimed it “a rich aural feast.”



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