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There's No Denying Josephine

by The Lonesomes

Dreamy alternative rock from the Pacific Northwest
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Glide
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2. Heaven
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3. Helping Hands
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4. The Ballad of Milton Fischer
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5. Leaving Train
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6. Western Town
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7. Kentucky Rain
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8. Throw Away
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9. Goin' Down (To Whiskeytown)
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10. Melvin D.
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11. Reprise
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12. Scotland
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Album Notes
There's No Denying Josephine
Written, performed, recorded and mixed by The Lonesomes
Phil Favorite acoustic and electric guitars, vocals, harmonica
Mark Dybvig acoustic and lead electric guitars, 12-string guitar, slide guitar, vocals, percussion
Mark "Toupee" Zehr bass, keyboards, percussion
Robyn Hercey drums, vocals, percussion

Recorded and mixed at The Loft Studio, Vancouver, WA, USA
Engineered by Toupee at The Loft
Mastered by Jonathan Pines at Private Studios, Champaign, IL, USA
Additional recording at Private Studios

Contributing musicians:
Jeff "Sarge" Helgesen: Trumpet on Heaven
Dustin Dybvig: Mellotron, organ, piano on Western Town
Bryan Daste: Pedal steel guitar on Helping Hands and Throw Away; E-bow/steel on Reprise
Chris Hubbard: organ on Helping Hands, Throw Away, Goin' Down (To Whiskeytown); organ and synthesizer on Leaving Train; piano on Kentucky Rain
Wendy Berner: Cello on Melvin D.
Peter Frajola: Violins and viola on Melvin D.
Special thanks to James Sasser for use of his Ric 12

All songs by Dybvig-Favorite-Hercey-Zehr
©℗ 2011 Deep Bay Music/Persona Non Grata Music, ASCAP
Strings written and arranged by Peter Frajola
Additional lyrics by Conrad Schumacher
Photography and package design by Aaron Ziltener

This CD was a labor of love and is a legacy to our children: Amalia, River, Dustin, Bobby, Dylan and Paula
Dedicated to the memory of Scott Barr Moritz (1965-2009)


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Ray Gianchetti

Kool Kat Musik
"Amazing new effort that contains shining elements of The Byrds (jangly 12-string guitars and a trumpet solo a la "So You Want To Re A Rock & Roll Star"), Tom Petty, Neil Young (the guitar solos), and the Allman Brothers (nice mix of Hammond and dual guitars) sprinkled tastefully throughout! When you think about The Lonesomes, there's the feeling of the old West, not just in the band's name but in their sound and feel - something that put you in mind of tan chinos, shoe boots with spurs, shots of rye at the local saloon, and lots of dirt. It has the necessary punk-slash-honky-tonk charm to qualify as an alt-country gem. And, despite all of the classic influences on display, they still manage to make music that sounds remarkably fresh. The 12 songs on the album represent all of their best elements - the songs keep you guessing what might come next, each one with its own little angle on the whole picture the band is presenting."