Chris Fuller | Wherever You Are

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Wherever You Are

by Chris Fuller

Poetic detail and a live acoustic vibe combine in twelve sharp songs about love, hate and Mexican wrestling.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Deputy
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2. Parachute
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3. I Meant What I Said
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4. Embarcadero
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5. Forgive and Forget
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6. The Centaur
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7. The Fall
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8. Or Not
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9. Trail of a Ghost
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10. Red Tornado of the Highlands
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11. Yes Yesterday
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12. Goodnight Abigail
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Album Notes
For Jack Hardy (1947-2011)
After they gouged his eye out
the cyclops lost his flock
and assumed the shade of his father
the blind poet.

Chris Fuller - vocals, guitar, harmonica, ukulele
Kirk Siee - bass
Mark Dann - bass
Bev Grant - vocals
Amanda Fuller - accordion
Jeremy Mage - piano

All songs written by Chris Fuller
Cover design by Amanda Fuller, cover photo by Andy Baehr
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Mark Dann

Thanks to Amanda and Penny, Consuelo Baehr, Andy Baehr, Frank "Five Angels" Mazzetti, Yaniv Salzburg, Johnny Kutinsky, Paul Sachs, Tim Robinson, Jeremiah Birnbaum, Carolann Solebello, Laura Dunn, Honor Finnegan, Brave Gee, Kay B, Hodel, Kirk, Mark, Bev, Jeremy, and everybody at the Songwriter's Exchange.


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Chris Fuller's wild imagination and unusual perspective hallmark hus songwriting. Never afraid to take chances, it sometimes takes awhile to figure out what he's attempting in some of his songs, but the effort is well worth it. From the poignant beauty of "I meant What I Said" to the wild and sometimes strange, seemingly out of nowhere images in "Goodnight Abigail" and "Embarcadero," Fuller offers an uncompromising glimpse into the work of quite an original mind.

Sheila Mac Donald

Wherever you are, stop and listen to this captivating CD
Chris Fuller's new CD "Wherever You Are", follows his excellent
(2007) CD "Sangamon" and continues his unique musical exploration
into life's perplexities. Imaginative lyrics, engaging melodies, and
superb musicianship grace this album of character driven songs. Chris
Fuller's soulful vocal delivery adds a layer of poignancy to his characters'
pleas for understanding, forgiveness, and their poetic recalling of people
and places long gone. There is a current of philosophical questioning underlying
Chris Fuller's songs that pulls you in, and as in his lyric "Only my shadow and you
know if I was ever here or not" (from "Or Not") or "Tomorrow may not come true,
yesterday's grown on you" (from "Yes Yesterday"). And humor is present in
Chris Fuller's songs as in "I'm used to sugar cubes and pain" ("The Centaur")
and his vivid descriptions in "Red Tornado of the Highlands". I highly recommend this album.