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Through My Screen Door: The Final Sessions of the Dixie Bee-Liners

by The Dixie Bee-Liners

A candid glimpse into the unfinished and unadorned final moments of The Dixie Bee-Liners. These nine tracks are a snapshot in time--musical sketches riddled with moments of truth and beauty. Lovers of American roots music will not want to miss this!
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. You Old Bag O' Bones
4:04 $1.29
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2. Pretty Saro
3:13 $1.29
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3. Dangerous Disdain
4:12 $1.29
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4. Flesh-Eating Flower
4:08 $1.29
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5. Cornbread Stomp
5:36 $1.29
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6. Seven Long Winters
4:22 $1.29
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7. Dead Inside
3:04 $1.29
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8. Like a Summer Storm
3:27 $1.29
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9. Through My Screen Door
5:09 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the fall of 2011, The Dixie Bee-Liners traveled to a remote corner of Easthampton, NY, to begin work on an exciting new recording project. It was our hope and expectation that the album would redefine the band's sound, incorporating a broader palette of electric instruments into our signature acoustic style.

We were thrilled to create music in such an inspiring and serene location, affectionately known as the Groove Shack. We returned several more times throughout a nine month period, honing the most joyful, honest music we'd ever crafted. When I listen to the music that was gestating during this time, I hear camaraderie and humor. I hear the thrill of artistic risk, of pushing ourselves into new musical territory. I hear an enthusiasm for the creative process which reminds me why I first put pen to paper as a songwriter.

Fast-forward to present-day, and the sun has quietly set on The Dixie Bee-Liners. What was initially a hiatus has now become a conclusion. We have gone our separate ways, and yet, I feel it's important to share our final musical creation with the people we care about.

This selection of tracks, entitled 'Through My Screen Door,' offers a candid glimpse into the unfinished and unadorned final moments of The Dixie Bee-Liners. They are a snapshot in time: musical sketches riddled with moments of truth and inevitable mistakes. I feel they're worth hearing -- even beautiful -- just as they are.

I hope you agree.

Sincerely,
Brandi Hart (co-founder and lead singer)

Performers :
Brandi Hart: vocals, acoustic guitar, dulcimer, fiddle
Buddy Woodward: telecaster, bouzouki, mandolin, acoustic guitar, percussion, banjo, harmonica
Mick Hargreaves: bass, vocals
Todd Patrick Livingston: dobro, lap steel guitar, telecaster
Pete Green: drums
Mark Bokvist: drums
Aaron Malone: fiddle
Zachary Mongan: banjo


Track Listing:
1. You Old Bag o' Bones (Hart-Woodward)
2. Pretty Saro (Trad.)
3. Dangerous Disdain (Molotov)
4. Flesh-Eating Flower (Molotov-Woodward-Hart)
5. Cornbread Stomp (Hart-Woodward)
6. Seven Long Winters (Hart-Woodward)
7. Dead Inside (Hart-Stringfellow)
8. Like a Summer Storm (Hart)
9. Through My Screen Door (Hart)

This recording was produced by Brandi Hart, Buddy Woodward, Mick Hargreaves, and Todd Patrick Livingston. It was engineered by Mick Hargreaves of Lantern Sound. Final mixing and mastering services provided by Big Sky Recording. Sincere thanks go out to Chris Mehos, without whom these tracks and others would never have existed. The Dixie Bee-Liners would also like to thank our families for their tireless faith; our fellow musicians for their talent and inspiration; our fans for their love, which has kept us going; our professional partners for their fabulous products; and Susan Darrow and David P. Greger, for their unending generosity. For more info on the project and the band, please visit The Dixie Bee-Liners' official website.

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