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First Vintage

by Wine Without Reason

Piano-based alternative original tunes with heady lyrics and memorable melodies.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Walking With the Goddess
6:15 $0.75
2. Just See Where We Are
4:17 $0.75
3. Clarity
6:01 $0.75
4. Never Nothing
3:31 $0.75
5. Electric
4:19 $0.75
6. Innate Elusiveness
3:04 $0.75
7. Beyond the Debris
3:21 $0.75
8. Working Through the Rust
4:41 $0.75
9. Is It the Big One?
8:17 $0.75
10. See Your Dark Eyes
3:21 $0.75
11. Dig Your Own Grave
5:21 $0.75
12. Put Your Fangs Away
3:41 $0.75
13. Only a Summer Thing
3:25 $0.75
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Album Notes
Based in Southern Oregon, this is Wine Without Reason's debut album.

Wine Without Reason is:
Scott Calamar: Keyboards; acoustic
guitar; lead & harmony vocals
Kevin McKern: Drums/percussion;
electric guitar; backing vocals
Bruce McKern: Bass guitar and
backing vocals

WWR would like to thank the following musicians/friends:
Joe Diehl (founding member): Guitars on 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 11, 12
Dirk Price: Guitar on “Walking With The Goddess”
Dan Fellman: Guitar on “Innate Elusiveness”
Pegi Smith: Violin on “Innate Elusiveness”
Paul Schmeling: Sax on “Only A Summer Thing”
Marcella Rose: Background vocals on “Walking With The Goddess”

All songs ©1976–2012 Scott Calamar ℗Calasongs (ASCAP)
Produced by Kevin McKern and Scott Calamar



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