Don't Feed the Goat | Even Though Street

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Even Though Street

by Don't Feed the Goat

Songs that make you smile! Fun, relaxing but energetic songs driven by sweet melodies, guitars, catchy hooks and harmonies in refreshingly original songs about love, lust, growing, missing the divine...and a goat.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Be Who You Are
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3:39 $0.99
2. The Autumn Has Passed-הסתיו עבר
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6:52 $0.99
3. Rest of Me
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4:27 $0.79
4. He Never Knew
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4:16 $0.79
5. Don't Feed the Goat
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4:01 $0.79
6. Tiny Collie
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2:13 $0.99
7. Take the Rain
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5:20 $0.79
8. Just Another Day
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5:04 $0.79
9. Pot of Gold
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4:49 $0.79
10. You Set My Soul On Fire (King Saul's Soliloquy)
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11. Waiting to Hear
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
This album was recorded on a street named "Af Al Pi Chen," which is Hebrew for "Even Though."

Hence the name.

All songs written and arranged by Steven L. Goodman
Vocals, guitars and bass: Steve Goodman


Rest of Me:
Pennywhistle and Flute: Jeffrey Davis

הסתיו עבר (The Autumn Has Passed):
Backup vocals: Linda Goodman, Ophir Cohen
Cello: Asaf Or
Djembe and cymbals: Ophir Cohen

Don’t Feed the Goat:
Backup vocals: Linda Goodman

Just Another Day:
Originally produced and engineered by Ray Scudero, 2002
Additional production by Steve Goodman
Hand-made Stanley played by Ray Scudero

Take the Rain:
Trumpet: Gill Zewi

Mastered by Collin Jordan at The Boiler Room, Chicago

Photography by Ian Aizman


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Henry K

Great Music For A Sunny Afternoon!
I got this CD, it's got a mellow vibe, intelligent lyrics and fantastic musicianship and production. Has a great fusion of sounds, from folk rock to middle eastern to even some burt bacharach. A great listen from start to finish.

Ken G

Great narratives, great music!
I can't listen to "Just Another Day" without a tear coming to my eye; it's about the struggle of someone trying to praise God for a world which is often cold and cruel. "He Never Knew" still has me trying to figure out the exact situation Danny sees changing. "Don't Feed the Goat" tells the hilarious story of dealing with a goat on stage. "Pot of Gold" combines beautiful music and lyrics to leave you singing to yourself, "ouuuuu, ouuuu, you're my pot of gold..."