Sean Cotton | Sean Cotton's Wooden Spaceship

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Sean Cotton's Wooden Spaceship

by Sean Cotton

Sean Cotton's Wooden Spaceship is a live solo recording of songs performed on acoustic guitar and guitar case foot drums.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. I Don't Mind the Rain
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2. Bumper to Bumper
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3. Light Years Away
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4. Leaving the City Banter
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5. Off the Grid
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6. Radio Static
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7. That Guy Banter
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8. Broke in Muskoka
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9. Stow Away My Love
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10. National Security Banter
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11. Long Distance Relationships
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12. Into It Banter
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13. Lovin' in My Head Again
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14. Runnin' Out of Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
As a musician Sean Cotton has been the straight guy; the co-star; the character actor. In the internationally touring folk duo The Undesirables, he was a Keith Richards to his partner Corin (the Canadian Tire Money Guy) Raymond’s Mick Jagger. He was a Pete Townshend to Suzie (Rockstar INXS contestant turned Canadian Pop Star/TV personality) McNeil’s Roger Daltrey. He was a Leon Russell to Treasa (Blues Juno nominee/Maple Blues award winner) Levaseur’s Joe Cocker. Finally, he is taking on the spotlight… the leading man role.

He performs seated, as though at the helm of his own wooden spaceship, with both hands firmly placed at 10 & 2 on his Martin acoustic guitar. One foot on the gas pedal and one on the clutch, he stomps away at a tambourine adorned guitar case, providing his own backbeat and accompaniment. This spaceship travels musically through time to where he finds the inspiration for his own songwriting. From New Orleans in the 50s to England in the New Millennium, music styles bend and blend into songs that reflect Cotton’s creative state of mind.

He has been compared to Van Morrison, which he graciously accepts. Toronto music journalist Gary 17 wrote that Sean Cotton is “a star attraction in his own right. While another wrote, “…his incredible guitar riffs and impressive vocals are spot on and pretty soon the crowd is under his spell.”

He has just released his new live recording, Sean Cotton’s Wooden Spaceship, captured live in front of a studio audience on Fri. Oct. 4th at Ghettoblaster Sound Factory in Bracebridge, ON.

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