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Wherever You Go

by Sweet Wednesday

Takes you travelling on a folk/rock journey to meet unforgettable characters in places ranging from Half Moon Bay, CA to Winter Hill, MA. Features songs by award-winning writers Dave Falk and Lisa Housman, and stellar backing performances
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mid-Morning Rain
3:31 $0.99
2. (Lisa, I'm Sorry I Brought You to) New York City
4:22 $0.99
3. Going Over Brooklyn
3:44 $0.99
4. Pacific Shores
4:17 $0.99
5. How Can I Know?
3:21 $0.99
6. Wherever You Go
5:39 $0.99
7. Winter Hill
3:54 $0.99
8. McDonald's
4:32 $0.99
9. February Snow
3:22 $0.99
10. Lost Without A Clue
4:21 $0.99
11. Crazy That It Rained Again
5:06 $0.99
12. San Francisco
6:07 $0.99
13. Grandma
3:53 $0.99
14. Hold Me Close
4:27 $0.99
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Album Notes
"When you look at the cover of Wherever You Go, a CD by Sweet Wednesday, you'd expect some classical music. Well, it's not. The CD does give you that feeling of a live record though. You almost get the feeling that you're sitting on songwriters Dave Falk and Lisa Housman's porch in a wooden rocking chair, overlooking the cornfields while the artists play their favourite songs especially for you, and they're playing it something fierce, and with enthusiasm!

Dave Falk plays the guitar and harmonica and Lisa Housman plays the guitar, mandolin and kazoo. Both of them sing. They've written all of the songs themselves. Their songs tell us about all the possible places and situations between Half Moon Bay, CA and Winter Hill, MA. We're dealing here with true musicians. They sing together and play together in a way that shows that they're something special together. Love radiates so to speak, and I don't just mean the love for making music! There's something magical going on. The two of them are playing so intensely together, and complete each others performances so wonderfully that you get all giddy.

The performance is purely acoustic, and it's a brilliant mix between folk and rock. You can really see that theyre having fun playing their music together, and because they're both really good, it's just something special. It's not only so very breathtakingly pretty when they're performing together, their solo-acts are wonderful as well. Everything is in function of the song, without trying to be dramatic, and they touch you right in the heart. Lisa's songs are very strong, and Dave's are just as good, and the same goes for the songs they've written together. On top of that, there are some other local musicians from the Boston scène on this wonderful CD, for instance members of the Swinging Steaks like Andy Plaisted, Paul Kochanski, Jamie Walker, Steve Sadler and Jim Gabino. Other contributions are by Steve Mayone on lap steel, mandolin and lead guitar, and we can hear Seth Connelly on guitar, mandolin and bass. Vital roots-music of the very best kind!!!"




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Benjamin Tais

Unsalted, fresh, pleasant album
Dar eS BALsaM.
(notice: "dar" is czech term for "gift"; sa = superb album)
Thank You Lisa, Dave, Sean, James & Tony.

Tara Medona

Love it
Happened to see these guys playing at a little coffeehouse in Newton, MA...I didn't have enough cash on me to get their CD at the time, so took a card and got it online. It is my new favorite CD and I can't stop listening to it. My favorite track is "Crazy that it Rained Again", but they are all great.


I love this CD. My sister got it for me for Christmas & it is way cool. Especially the McDonalds's song.

Brad Thomas

Great CD!!
As I listened to this CD, I was impressed by to hear one well-crafted song after another. The personality of the songwriters come out through in their performances and the lyrics tell great stories. The sound and style is interesting and eclectic. This separates Wherever You Go from so many other records in the folk rock genre. It makes you think and feel, but it also makes you laugh. I highly recommend it.


This group ROCKS!
Wow! I hardly ever get a CD that has so many songs that I LOVE! This group is going places!!!! The words are sheer poetry and the music is just so fabulous.
I have been listening over and over again. Can't wait for MORE. They ROCK!!!

Melissa Banks

This is a fantastic CD! Every track shines!

Mark Connor

Sweet Album!
This is my new favorite CD...all the songs are great & have so much humor & great melodies. So glad I got a chance to see them live, too.


Lisa and Dave have done it again!
Great work, Lisa and Dave! I can't stop listening to the stories they tell through their music.

Alan Legge

Wherever You Go
I first came across Dave and Lisa playing on Boston Common in September 2005. We were holidaying from England and on a hot afternoon we were walking on the common when we heard Lisa's voice drifting across.We sat and listened for sometime recorded some of Dave's song to DVD purchased a CD and have been captivated ever since. This latest offering is superb and whenever I listen to it, it takes me back to a hot September in Boston! Fantastic and looking forward to more.

Federico Suave

Eclectic Tunes from Two Talented Minstrels
Wherever You Go is a listening album that grows on you every time you play it. No one song shines (although Pacific Shores is my favorite), and the tracks run the spectrum from sophisticated, melancholy ballads to upbeat folk to rootsy pseudo-pop. It's a contrast of styles that works well for a long listen, pairing smart lyrics (that you can actually understand and appreciate) with high production value for an independently produced work.
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