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The Berry Hill Tapes

by Piers and the Pathfinders

Alternative piano rock, the "new familiar."
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Man of Little Faith
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2. Emma Lee
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3. The Way It Is
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4. Too Much to Be Done
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Album Notes
This record was originally intended to be a demo, and I guess it still can be seen as that. I just had some good songs that I knew warranted fleshing out and recording at a decent studio. Sometime in late March or early April, a few nights before I was to move out of the house in Wedgewood-Houston, I stumbled into Santa's Pub, Nashville's diviest karaoke bar, where I ran into Benjamin Olson, owner of the 515 Studio in Berry Hill, the world's largest concentration of recording studios. Somehow we got to talking, and I pulled out a tiny ziploc bag full of coins which I openly described as my "life savings." At this, Ben laughed good-naturedly and reached into his own pocket and withdrew a dollar in quarters, which he deposited as a "donation." I kept the card he gave me and called the studio a few weeks later when I was on the road. We scheduled the "demo sessions" promptly, and I was lucky to have a great band that had already been rehearsing some of my songs. We walked in the studio and things just sort of fell into place. I didn't lay down the vocals until just about a month later, but in my mind the project was already mostly finished. To me, "Berry Hill" is just as much a reflection of the past two years as it is of everything that came before Nashville. So in a sense, it's more than a few demos. It's my debut, it's our debut, and I hope you'll listen to it more than once.




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