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Cluster Folk

by Mike Aube

Good clean fun with tales of love gone right, love gone wrong and the dangers of falling asleep in front of the TV. Drawing from folk, rock, funk and bluegrass, a rambling jaunt that veers just a little to the left of the 21st century.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Where the Pavement Ends
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2. Passing Through
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3. Out of Reach
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4. Fallen Children
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5. Far Away From Home
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6. I'd Rather Be
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7. Keep Right
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8. Pennies and Peanuts
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9. These Are the Days
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10. Living in the Key of G
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11. Waiting for the Axe to Fall
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12. All That Matters
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Album Notes
In “Pennies and Peanuts”, Mike finds himself trapped in his sofa, perhaps after the immature college partying portrayed in “These Are The Days”. In “Living in the Key of G” he has a little fun at the expense folkies like himself, reminding us that G and C and D are all the chords you really need in life. He spends some time in nature, waxing poetic love, and includes the inevitable road trip song in “Keep Right (Except to Pass)”. And in “Out of Reach”, the Steve Miller-esque pop song of the album, he explores the slacker ennui of not knowing what you want do when you grow up.

“We really had fun making this record. We didn’t try to mould it into one specific sound – where the song called for bluegrass, we did it bluegrass; where the song called for funk, we brought in a four-piece horn section. But there’s still an underlying folkiness to it, thus the name Cluster Folk”.

With a “voice of smoke and honey”, interesting chord progressions and an easy stage presence, Mike is poised to become one of Maritimes’ finest performing songwriters. He has shared the stage with some best in Atlantic Canada, including Dave Gunning, JP Cormier, Jon McKeil and Sherry Ryan.

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