This album really is the efforts of Ian Kandido, ne Strong, ne Juan Fuerte. I sang on a coupla tracks and did some guitar. But really, this album is all about his drumming, except for the tracks that Brad Denig drummed on, which are also cool.
In no way did Raj Prasad have anything to do with this album. He doesn't even remember this album being made. Which is a bit of a bummer, because the love and emotion that he and Ian, and even myself, poured into the 5 songs they were a part of bleeds into the other eight tracks, just like track bleeding when you've got multiple mics and whatnot, except this is real bleeding, cause it's, well emotional, ya know? Just don't ask Raj about it. Shhh...
Those songs, for note: The Song That Never Was, Where You Are, Liar's Waltz, True, and People Change.
Andy Bergeron played some dope ass bass. And as I mentioned, Brad Denig played some really swell drums.
On Wait A Minute, the neighbor played some flugel-horn, but it is buried pretty deep, so listen real close!
I think there was another bass player on a song or two, but I can't remember his name. Zac wants credit for that. Done!
Ryan Biesack is also not on the album, but he should have been, cause he is awesome!! He would have done some flat-a-flams, I am sure of it!
Zac Brown has mentioned his disappointment of not being around for this album, that's why we are going to, wait for it, RE-RECORD IT! In it's entirety, with a Casio and a Tascam 388. Dope!
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Have a great day!!