Telegraph Canyon | The Tide and the Current

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The Tide and the Current

by Telegraph Canyon

7 piece, southern gothic from Texas, produced by Will of Centro-matic.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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2. Safe on the Outside
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3. Shake Your Fist
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4. Come the Morning
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5. A Light in the Field
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6. Welcome to the Night
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7. Quiet Assurance
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8. Captain
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9. Dressed in Flight
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10. Reels and Wires
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It takes just the first few opening hollow piano notes of 'The Tide and The Current' to set in motion the idea that Telegraph Canyon is a band with purpose and craft. For quick reference, tags like Southern Gothic and Dark Folk could be applied, but none of those convey the earnestness, yearning, and desperation of these recordings. Telegraph Canyon combines compelling songwriting with layers of driving, dynamic sounds only to, at times, strip it all away and expose a raw and gentle undercurrent. There are sparse and quiet moments, and then there are explosions of sounds, all underlined with an insanely personal connection. After a few listens, you start to feel as if the band is playing these songs just for you.

Chris Johnson (guitars, banjo, vocals), surrounded by Chuck Brown (bass, vocals), Austin Green (drums,keys, bells), Tamara Cauble (violin, vocals), Brian McCorquodale (pedal steel, piano, percussion), Andrew Skates (organ, accordion, mandolin, guitar), and Erik Wolfe (guitar, bass drum, vibes), together form this ever-growing palette of sound.

In support of 'The Tide and the Current', produced by Will Johnson (Centro-Matic, South San Gabriel), Telegraph Canyon is filling the rest of their 2009 calendar with tour dates across the U.S.A with the first of two West Coast Tours starting in September. Chances are they'll be in a city near you in the coming months.

We love this band and know you will be captivated as well. Take a look at what critics who already love them had to say.

"Johnson spins dark-hued tales of love, loss, and life that spring to life on pedal steel runs and angelic organ fills. Timeless yet immediate, it's the sound of America, torn from the depths of an observant soul" - Star-Telegram

"A lesson in beauty sent back your way in waves." - Dallas Observer

"Telegraph Canyon expertly blends the rustic, organic tones of harmonica, viola, organ and acoustic guitar with the technological muscle and intricately processed electronics" - West Coast Performer

"They navigate the pre-apocalyptic universe by the light of bright acoustic riffs and to the march of thunderous beats, everything guided by the spirit of frontman Chris Johnson's ominous, the end-is-near lyrics" - Ft. Worth Weekly


On Tour :

08/07 Dallas, TX @ Palladium Ballroom w/ Broken Social Scene
08/15 Ft. Worth, TX @ 88.7 The Good Show
08/21 Ft. Worth, TX @ Bass Hall w/ Old 97's
08/22 Dallas, TX @ Double Wide
08/28 Austin, TX @ Stubs
09/04 Alb., NM @ Burts
09/05 Colorado Springs, CO @ Rocket Room
09/07 Tacoma, WA @ House Show
09/08 Seattle, WA @ Jewel box Theater
09/09 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir
09/10 San Francisco, CA @ Hemlock Tavern
09/11 Los Angeles, CA @ The Knitting Factory
09/12 San Diego, CA @ Bar Pink
09/19 Austin, TX @ St. Andrews



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