A collection of songs by Singer/Songwriter Elliott Pacetti produced by Scott Neubert (Smash Recording, Nashville). The album covers the gamut of Country Music from the edgier Rock'n'Roll side to traditional Bluegrass -- includes a Sinatra-esque crooner!
Dedicated to my grandmother, Stella Boudreaux Pacetti, May 13, 1909 – July 13, 2009
Produced & Arranged by Scott Neubert
Recorded at Studio526, Studio19, various home studios
Engineered by Jesse Poeand Scott Neubert
Cover and inset photos by Ray King, 3 Kings Photography
Scott Neubert: guitars, dobro, lap steel, mandolin, banjo, vocals
Steve Holland: percussion
Dow Tomlin: basses
Joe English: steel guitar
Eamon McLoughlin: fiddle
Dwain Rowe: keyboards
Everette Brown: harmonica, vocals
Chloe Poltis: vocals
Austin Pacetti: vocals
All songs: Words & Music by Elliott Pacetti, exceptions noted, © 2011 A One A North Music
The Boulevard Of Broken Hearts - a road we've all traveled.
Going Green - another take on environmental responsibility.
Let Our Love Come Naturally - how to say I love you in Folk.
Bedroom Eyes - a rocking little love song!
Breaking Hearts And Taking Names - the girl can't help herself.
Bullet Blue - youth drives away in a pickup truck.
Caribbean Lullaby - the way we rock our babies to sleep in the tropics.
Stargazing (Scott Neubert, Elliott Pacetti) - wine her, dine her, and count stars with her.
Janie Loved To Ride - a song about horses.
Mama's Bible (Dan Couch, Wade Richard, Elliott Pacetti) - Matthew 19:6, Bluegrass style.
April Showers - brings flowers, ahhh Springtime!
She Chose Me (Wade Richard, Elliott Pacetti) - fellas, you're lucky to have her.
From Beer Thirty To Wine O'clock (Everette Brown, Elliott Pacetti) - it's happy hour somewhere!
Sad Old Songs (Randy Dukes, Elliott Pacetti) - why are sad songs are so enduring?
Paycheck From The Poorhouse - the song goes out the Working Man!
You Could Hear A Teardrop - heartache: it's very, very quiet.