Desiree Wattis & 100 Dollar Horse | Ground Is Gold EP

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Ground Is Gold EP

by Desiree Wattis & 100 Dollar Horse

These songs were written in a pasture. Enjoy.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. By the Light
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4:40 $1.00
2. From Broken Hills
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3:01 $1.00
3. The Dying Few
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4:16 $1.00
4. For so Long
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3:32 $1.00
5. Devil's Knocking
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4:29 $1.00
6. Long Gone Blues
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3:03 $0.99
7. Lonesome Road
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ground is Gold EP is comprised of songs written & arranged by Desiree Wattis & Nick Leonard, with the exception of Nick Leonard's arrangement of the old train song, Lonesome Road. The following tracks, The Dying Few, Devil's Knocking, and By the Light were recorded by Rick Vargas at Bob Weir's TRI Studios. From Broken Hills, For So Long, Long Gone Blues, and Lonesome Road were recorded at the make-shift studio we turned the living room into, by Brad Dollar. The place these songs were written in, in horse pastures and on the dock of a pond in Nevada County, can be heard in the music and lyrics. Spending time in this old mining country makes you realize the real gold here isn't in a rock or a paper bill, but in the souls of the land, and soul of the land itself. These songs are those stories. Thanks to the musicians and friends, Nick Leonard, Jonathan Mei, Cameron Snyder, Lawrence McDonald, James Coyne, Amber Morris, Brad Dollar, Rick Vargas, Anne & Paul Wattis, and Bob Weir's TRI Studios.


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