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At Beauchamp Point

by Push Farther Project

Studio, multi-track renditions of four favorite live recordings
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Did She Change
3:06 $0.99
2. The Beauty in Everyday Things
3:02 $0.99
3. Girl Situation
2:51 $0.99
4. Little Exchanges
2:43 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Push Farther Project is:
Nora Willauer: cello, vocals
Will Foote: guitar, vocals
Alex Wilder: guitar, bass, vocals

Additional vocals on The Beauty in Everyday Things: Chloë Isis
Violin on The Beauty in Everyday Things: Heather Kahill

Album design: Eliza Cuevas
Photography: Simon Beckford
Setting for photography: Ruth Allen and family
Upstairs studio design, black scarves, and everything in between: Barbara Brooks
Mastering and listening ears: Jamie Oshima
Fashion and photography input: Sean and Jamie Oshima

Special thanks to Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School for unwavering support
A humble and heartfelt thank you to our families

Produced by Alex Wilder
Executive Producer: Malcolm Brooks

Malcolm’s notes on the songs, from an executive producer’s view:

Nora, Will, and Alex have sailed, jogged, and partially swum around Beauchamp Point for years. They have also composed and arranged documentary songs at the studio on Beauchamp Point Road. It was only natural, then, that they chose this spot to make full scale studio renditions of some their earlier live recordings.

Alex offered to serve as producer and lead engineer. Nora and Will would say that no one listens and studies and analyzes longer than Alex. There is an adage about how 10,000 hours makes an expert. Alex is well past that. He has probably logged 10,000 playbacks. On each song!

This EP differs from the trio’s first and second releases. The band made those earlier recordings by playing and singing all parts at once, listening to each other live and blending based on what they heard in the room. For this EP, they added instruments and then vocals, track by track. Even the drums were meticulously arranged electronically by Alex, who then played bass with the drum part that he had created.

You might think that it would might be hard for a lead vocalist, whether it be Nora, Will, or Alex, to call upon emotions when there is no live band playing with them. In actuality, however, for this EP, when one person was recording a track, at least one other band member was usually sitting right there in the room, listening and providing quiet support. Even a single track, in effect, represents a band effort.

These recordings show a clarity of sound that is allowed by recording parts separately, without trading away any energy or emotion. Nora, Will, and Alex feel terrific about the results. They hope you will, too.

Lyrics to the songs

Did She Change
Words and music by the Push Farther Project

I was sitting at a coffee house
Looking out the window
I saw my friend walking by
Blowing me a kiss

Did she change?
Or did I change?
Or was I wrong all this time?

For the talking we’ve done before
She was the calm and wise one
She said I was afraid to feel
The size of my emotions

Did she change…

When I started spending time with her
I said I’m afraid I’ll fall in love with you
Then she laughed, said it would never work out
And yet this morning she blew me a kiss
What’s going on?

I’m still sitting at a coffee house
Im dazed and amazed
I want to call her and ask her out
I bet she’d say

Did she change?
Or did I change?
Or was I wrong all this time?

© 2016 Beauchamp Point Music

The Beauty In Everyday Things
Words and music by the Push Farther Project

In a month or two
She’ll be gone
She’ll be flying to Barcelona
I’m losing a life that feels so easy
When she’s near to me

And I guess I’m scared
That I won’t see
The beauty in everyday things
Cause seeing things through Eliza
Is to see them again

Like how the rain sounds
Or the view from Beech Hill
She’s got a love of life
That calls to my own
And I don’t want to be with anybody who can’t see
The beauty in everyday things

I feel her hand
I hear her voice
I don’t know why I think of bells
When she found me, I found beauty
In everyday things

© 2016 Beauchamp Point Music

Girl Situation
Words and music by the Push Farther Project

Life is moving fast
And moving faster
Once those summers
Never seem to end
It seems to move faster
The older you get
And there’s no time for love

But I’m not giving up
On my girl situation
I’m okay with what I have
Someday it’ll come
But maybe it won’t
I’m not giving up
On my girl situation

I have a tendency
To work so hard
And push for that something
I want to be
Cause I don’t want to limit
My opportunities
And there’s no time for love

But I’m not giving up
On my girl situation…

© 2016 Beauchamp Point Music

Little Exchanges
Words and music by the Push Farther Project

Well I get early in the morning
Before the sunrise
In the hallway there’s the cleaning man
He’s cleaning up
I say good morning and he laughs
He says that not quite right
For you, it’s good morning
For me, goodnight

Little exchanges
Are all I need
When I’m working hard alone
I could be lonely but for
Little exchanges
Like goodnight
And good morning

In the winter I tried sleeping in
And came to school a bit later
But I missed the quiet mornings
So I got up early again
I saw the cleaning man
The moment I walked in
He said I set my watch to you
Where have you been?

Little Exchanges….

He said your shoe’s untied
I said I already knew
I said I’d deal with it later
Like I always do

Little Exchanges…

© 2016 Beauchamp Point Music



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