Vincent Cross | A Town Called Normal

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A Town Called Normal

by Vincent Cross

A modern interpretation of Americana roots music (bluegrass, folk, and country-blues) with a lyrical honesty that explores contemporary themes.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. A Town Called Normal
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2. Cursed
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3. Cuckoo
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4. Turn Your Eyes
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5. Trouble Being There
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6. My Love
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7. Childish Things
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8. Footnotes
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9. Silent Waltz
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10. Walking On the Outside
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11. Wrack & Ruin
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12. Sometimes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Vincent’s new album A Town Called Normal, journeys through jazz infused old-time ballads, downhome country blues, traditional bluegrass, and indie-folk rock. Three different band configurations add to the musical diversity of this recording. Respected traditional players accompany Vincent on ‘Childish Things’ and ‘Cursed’ while there is a free jazz feel to ‘Footnotes’ and ‘Cuckoo.’ The third band unit adds a heavy dose of drums and mandolin to ‘Sometimes’ adding an indie-folk flavor.


1. A Town Called Normal (2:53)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Harmonica; Max Johnson, Bass; Bennett Sullivan, Banjo; Shane Kerwin, Drums.

2. Cursed (2:57)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Vocals; Mark Farrell, Mandolin; Allen Cohen, Bass;
Doug Nicolaisen, Banjo.

3. Cuckoo (Traditional) (2:44)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals; Max Johnson, Bass;
Bennett Sullivan, Banjo.

4. Turn Your Eyes (3:02)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals;
Max Johnson, Bass; Bennett Sullivan, Banjo.

5. Trouble Being There (2:28)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals;
Max Johnson, Bass; Bennett Sullivan, Banjo.

6. My Love (3:37)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Harmonica; Max Johnson, Bass; Bennett Sullivan, Banjo; Shane Kerwin, Drums.

7. Childish Things (2:30) Vincent Cross, Guitar, Vocals; Mark Farrell, Mandolin; Allen Cohen, Bass;
Doug Nicolaisen, Banjo.

8. Footnotes (1:05)
Vincent Cross, Guitar; Max Johnson, Bass; Bennett Sullivan, Banjo.

9. Silent Waltz (2:40)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals.

10. Walking On The Outside (3:52)
Vincent Cross, Guitars, Mandolin, Vocals, Harmonica; Max Johnson, Bass; Bennett Sullivan, Banjo; Shane Kerwin, Drums.

11. Wrack & Ruin (3:23)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, Harmonica; Larry Cook, Bass; Shane Kerwin, Drums.

12. Sometimes (4:41)
Vincent Cross, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals; Larry Cook, Bass; Shane Kerwin, Drums.


Produced by: Vincent Cross and Henry Falco
Engineered & Mastered: Henry Falco at Moon Studios, Staten Island, NY Cover Photo, c. 1910, Courtesy of Gearoid O’Brien, Athlone Library
CD Design: Sharon Lewis
© 2013 Vincent Cross ALL RIGHTS RESERVED All songs written by Vincent Cross except “Cuckoo” www.vincentcross.com

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Review from New York Music Daily...

"Purist, Rustic Americana From Vincent Cross"
"His previous album Home Away from Home was a pretty straight-up, purist bluegrass collection; his new one A Town Called Normal is a lot more eclectic, a mix of rustic acoustic Americana with a bit of folk-rock and traditional sounds from across the pond..."
Read the whole review here: http://newyorkmusicdaily.wordpress.com/2013/03/29/vincent/
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