Try Me Bicycle | Voicings

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by Try Me Bicycle

Folk with a solid jazz sensiblity.beautifully organic production with an emphasis on rich vocals/harmonies, musicianship, and recording live heartfelt studio performances.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Two Stern Feet
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2. Lessons on Love and Junk
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3. Of Things Sown
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4. Big Small
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5. April Sky
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6. The Hard Line
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7. R Brown
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8. Dark Bedroom Hallowed
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9. The Sodium Lights
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10. My History Bore a Knife
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11. Come Sunday
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12. Old Men of Jerome
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Try Me Bicycle consists of four major players: Andy Naylor (Voice and Guitars), Jay Novak (Harmonies and Bass), Jacob Koller (Piano), Laraine Kaizer (Violin).

The history of Try Me Bicycle dates back to the fall of 2005, when we first met up to play through some material Andy had been working on. It was nothing serious, but the connection felt great from end to end, so we just kept working on material as Andy made it available. Eventually, we had mustered a live set’s worth of songs and began scheduling shows locally in our hometown of Phoenix, Arizona. Following one of those performances, we came in contact with songwriter/producer Michael Krassner (Patrick Park, Califone, Boxhead Ensemble, Simon Joyner). Michael wanted to record and produce the quartet and, given Michael’s reputation, we were ecstatic with such an offer. In November of 2006 we started recording and have since finished our first record together entitled “Voicings.” For more info, check out


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Catherine High Hopes

if a record can qualify as a blessing, this is it. a grand amen for these fellas. lookin forward to the next chapter. A+