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Table for One

by Mike Plume Band

A stripped down, quieter album that followed 2001's "Fools For The Radio".
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jerks
1:15 $1.29
2. Born so Long Ago
5:53 $1.29
3. Ohio
3:47 $1.29
4. The Best Job I Ever Had
3:49 $1.29
5. Table for One
4:16 $1.29
6. There's a Road
4:06 $1.29
7. Everyday Is Another Day (Part 2)
3:16 $1.29
8. Bootleg
3:23 $1.29
9. Silhouette
3:25 $1.29
10. Nothing but a Broken Heart
3:44 $1.29
11. Trying to Find My Way Home
4:10 $1.29
12. When the Sun Goes Down
3:24 $1.29
13. It's Over
5:04 $1.29
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Album Notes
"Table For One"

About the record, for the record.

After “Fools For The Radio” was released in September of 2001 the band kind of went through a series of lows and in March of 2002 I decided that I needed a break.
I wasn’t sure how long of a break I needed but all I knew was that I needed one... Desperately.
In late May of 2002 we went in the studio to record “Simplify, Too”.
Like “Simplify”, we recorded it fast.
This time it took us two days to record.
I didn’t know what I was gonna do with the album but I knew I’d do something with it somewhere down the road.
I got married in June of that year and we continued to do shows through till October 25, 2002.
At this point my sails weren’t tied down.
I was drifting and I didn’t know what my next move would be.
Then in January of 2003, I decided that I should release the collection of songs we’d recorded the previous May.
For some reason the title “Simplify, Too” didn’t work for me anymore.
But the title "Table For One" seemed to work perfectly.
And it still does, actually.
Mike Plume

Produced by Mike Plume
Recorded on May 23rd and 24th, 2002.
Mixed on February 1st, 2nd and 12th, 2003 at Moraine Studios in Nashville Tennessee by Philip Scoggins.
Mastered on February 21st, 2003 by Jim Demain at Yes, Master.

Cover painted by Christine Peters on March 2nd 2003 in Edmonton.

Mike Plume - guitars, harmonica, wurlitzer, mandolin and percussion.
Ernie Basiliadis - drums and percussion.
Dave Klym - guitars and percussion.
Meck Myers -bass guitar
Billy Montana - backing vocals on "Ohio"
Fats Kaplan - mandolin on "Ohio"
Sean Locke - backing vocals on "Nothing But A Broken Heart"



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