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Robert Sarazin Blake | Put It All Down in a Letter (feat. Jefferson Hammer and the Powderkegs)

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Put It All Down in a Letter (feat. Jefferson Hammer and the Powderkegs)

by Robert Sarazin Blake

recorded in one, all-night session.
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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1. I Didn't Call You From Philadelphia
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2. Hangin On
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3. Tiger Woods Boom Boom
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4. The Little Dissapointments We Swallow
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5. Planned Parenthood Waiting Room
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6. We Can Roll Down Tonite/Dublin To Belfast
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7. Death Comes
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9. Magic Hour On Baltimore Ave
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10. When You Break
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Album Notes
I cancelled my Irish tour. The booking was incomplete and I was tired. To ease the blow of adventure lost, I planned a few extra days in Philadelphia. The Powderkegs and I had been crossing paths for a few years and they’d fallen into the habit of my east coast backing band. I figured we should start rehearsing. But…if we’re going to rehearse, we may as well record the ideas we come up with… and it we’re going to record…we might as well call Minor street and see if they have any time available.

Eliza sings and plays in The City Wide Specials- the Thursday night band Kevin, Larry, Brenden, Fred, Jim, Nikolai, and I started when I lived in west philly in 2001. She walked in as I walked out.

I met Jefferson in the streets of the never-ending-in-door-festival that is New York City. He knew the gal I was walking with so we stopped. My date headed in a different direction and Jefferson and I fell into a pub for a trad session. He had a gig in Philly on the 14th and made it to the studio around midnight. Have a cup of coffee, put a little something in it. Roll Tape! We watched the sun rise in the lobby of the awakening 30th Street Station. He caught a train to Boston and I went back to the studio, then home for the summer. It was a good tour, it was a long tour. I was gone.



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