Jesse Lafser | Land in Sight

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Land in Sight

by Jesse Lafser

Americana/Rock/Folk/Roots fusion
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Land in Sight
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2. Seafarer's Dream
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3. Anywhere I Go
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4. Mississippi Line
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5. A Little Less Poison
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6. Tonight
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7. Pale Afternoon
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8. False Alarm
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9. Farsighted Problem
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10. On Love and War
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11. The Lighthouse
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Album Notes
It was May 3rd, 1866, as Mark Twain annotates, when the clipper ship Hornet suffered a fire while out at sea. A one week approximated voyage for San Francisco turned into a nightmare “of 43 days in an open boat, through the blazing tropics, on 10 days rations of food.” Miraculously all 31 sailors survived, though very near death, which Twain credits Captain Josiah Mitchell-“a New Englander of the best sea-going stock of the old capable times”. Twain was in Honolulu, Hawaii commissioned to write for the Union when the “lean and ghostly survivors arrived there”. Their faint cries ‘Land in sight! Land in sight!’, upon realization of at last some shoreline echoed in the harbor of locals waiting to bring them in and help them to recover.
What and inspiring and victorious struggle for life, in which I have become familiar with in my own small little way, one that I know my listeners will find way to resonate as well.

-Autobiography of Mark Twain

Produced by: Mike Odmark and Jesse Lafser 

Vocals, guitar, banjo: Jesse Lafser

Electric guitar, keys, percussion: Mike Odmark 

Drums: Evan Hutchings 

Bass guitar: Mike Rinne
Pedal steel: Spencer Cullum 

Fiddle: Kristin Weber 

Cello: Hitoshi Yamaguchi 


Background vocals: Andrew Combs (2,6) Lindsay Hayes (3,5)
Recorded, engineered and mixed by Mike Odmark at Gray Matters Studio, Nashville, TN. 

Mastered by Matthew Odmark, Gray Matters Studio.

Art & Design by Benjamin Rumble, Strange Bird Media.

All Songs c Northbound Train, SESAC


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