The Suitcase Junket | Sever and Lift

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Sever and Lift

by The Suitcase Junket

A throat-singing one-man-band with dirty slide guitar, an honest and raw voice, and a washboard, suitcase, gas can and hi hat drum set for the feet: original songs split into two sections by mood - Sever being more rocking, Lift being more mellow.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Never Leave, Let Me Be
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2. Arrow
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3. In My Name
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4. Into the Fire
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5. Still Holding On
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6. Home Together
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7. Cupid's Old Arrows
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8. Anabelle
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9. Simple Things
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10. No One You Know
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
all songs recorded live with no overdubs
at bankrow records in Greenfield, MA in Nov 2009
Matt Lorenz-writer and performer of songs and sounds
Max Adam-recording engineer and capturer of sounds(all preamps used during recording were built by max)
mastered by Ian Kennedy at new alliance east
cover design by the royal frog ballet (www.theroyalfrogballet.com)
for lyrics, videos and info check out www.makingwhatiwant.com

The packaging is letterpressed by Stumptown Printers in Portland, OR
Meaning that the images are slightly recessed or embossed looking. Very nicely done.
The cardstock paper is recycled.


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