Adam and Darcie | Early in the Morning

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Early in the Morning

by Adam and Darcie

"Everything remains lush, quiet, studied and dripping in harmony" -MP3Hugger
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Linoleum (feat. Drew Danburry)
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2. Aotearoa
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3. Early in the Morning (feat. JP Haynie)
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4. Take Them All Away
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5. 2 Cities
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6. Waiting
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
There are a lot of things you can say about Adam and Darcie. You can say that they’re the musical equivalent of a tree swing in early summer. But you can’t say that they’re idle. Adam and Darcie are constantly writing, recording, and collaborating with many fellow musicians and for various projects. In their wake are a host of recordings that may have gone somewhat unnoticed as a whole. That is until now.

Early in the Morning is a collection of recordings by Adam and Darcie spanning the past few years, including the title track “Early in the Morning” an original interpretation of the beloved song by Peter, Paul, and Mary. We also hear a cover of NOFX’s Linoleum as a collaborative effort for Drew Danburry’s series Reliving the 90′s as well as an original song Aotearoa written for Indiecater Record’s compilation Fast Forward. Also featuring alternate versions of previously released songs and a few new treats!


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