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Yesterday's Misadventures

by The James Clark Institute

Whimsical, clever and introspective lyrics sung genuinely over classic pop/rock sounds.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. It's All Down to This
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2. Martin and Lewis
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3. The Devil's Punchbowl
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4. As I Recall
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5. I Don't Leave the Radio on Anymore
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6. Long Time Coming
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7. Company Hearse
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8. Charlie Schulz Was Always in Love
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9. Monica's Harmonica
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10. Dorothy
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Album Notes
The James Clark Institute’s new full length recording, ‘Yesterday’s Misadventures’ was produced by iconic Canadian musician Moe Berg (The Pursuit Of Happiness). “I’m really impressed by his songwriting. His lyrics are absolutely amazing”, says Berg. Many adventures and misadventures occurred along the way to making this record, with most of those occurrences making up the songs. Additional production contributions from respected Toronto musicians John Dinsmore (Kathleen Edwards; NQ Arbuckle) and Garry Flint (National Velvet), help to make The JCI’s latest release a commanding, whimsical, aural excursion.

“This is classic songwriting in the Elvis Costello tradition. Sharp, polished lyrics wrapped in wistful longing music”
– Sammy Younan,

"Sounds Like: Classic Canadian storytelling..."
- Larry Lootsteen,

"a wealth of songwriting talent"
- Michael Williams, Cashbox Canada Magazine.



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