Erik Friedlander | Nighthawks

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Nighthawks

by Erik Friedlander

The follow up to "Bonebridge" this group's soulful melodies and a front-line of cello and slide-guitar create an ambiance that reminds you of country blues, smokey pool halls, or a bus depot at night.
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1. Sneaky Pete
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2. Clockwork
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3. Hopper's Blue House
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4. Carom
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5. Nostalgia Blindside
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6. Twenty-Six Gasoline Stations
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7. One Red Candle
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8. Poolhall Payback
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9. Nighthawks
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10. The River
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nighthawks came together when downtown Manhattan was plunged into darkness during the blackout caused by Hurricane Sandy. Cellist Erik Friedlander, who lives downtown, was caught without power for 5 days. “My neighborhood was eerie and dark, and there were no streetlights, traffic signals or any stores or restaurants open. It started me thinking about night places -- places where people hang out: pool halls, diners, gas stations, train and bus depots.” These locations became the backdrop of the cd and inspired the title track, named after the famous Hopper painting capturing a late-night scene at a New York diner.



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