2017 Fall / Winter Sampler

by Nashville Fringe Festival

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“Thankful” is from Dynamo’s 2016 album Celina, which was recorded in front of a live studio audience. The album is comprised of eight tracks completely free of overdubs.

www.dynamo-music.com
dynamomusic.bandcamp.com/album/celina

“Petite Fleur,” by Sidney Bechet & Fernand Bonifay, is from Eric Brace’s 2017 album Cartes Postales, released via Red Beet Records. (Credits – Eric Brace: vocals; Rory Hoffman: guitar, accordion, clarinet; Mark Fain: bass; Lynn Williams: drums.)

redbeetrecords.com

“No One Knows My Plan,” written by They Might Be Giants, was released on Charles Butler’s 2015 Letterbox – They Might Be Giants Reimagined LP. (Credits – Justin Amaral: drums, percussion; David Spicher: bass; Derek Pell: fiddle; Marc Lacuesta: melodica; Charles Butler: banjo. Engineered and mixed by Marc Lacuesta.)

charlesbutler.net/album/letterbox-they-might-be-giants-reimagined

“Roll and Tumble” is from Jeff Blaney’s 2017 Tennessee EP. (Credits: Jeff Blaney: guitar, vocals; Charlie Pate: upright bass, vocals; Charles Butler: banjo, dobro; Mick Chegwidden: mandolin.)

jeffblaney.bandcamp.com/album/tennessee

“Augustine” is from Charlie Rauh’s Viriditas LP, released in 2017 via Destiny Records.

www.charlierauh.com
destinyrecords.bandcamp.com/album/viriditas

“Child of Wonder” appears on Tony Gerber’s Best Of Retrospective 1986​-​2000.

cypressrosewood.com/tonygerber/
tonygerber.bandcamp.com/album/best-of-retrospective-1986-2000

“How the Wind Blows” was written by Rae Hering and Jonathan Morse, and recorded live at Pentavarit Studios. (Credits – Rae Hering: vocals, keyboard; Jonathan Morse: bass; Keith McGonigle: drums; Laura Vance: background vocals. Produced by Bobby Holland and Rae Hering; Engineered and Mixed by Bobby Holland; Mastered by Frank Gagliardi.)

www.raehering.com
open.spotify.com/user/1230309228/playlist/5ctAvAF66WiTIpaddfnq63

“Awkward Turtle” is from Bentley Caldwell’s 2014 A Place to Be EP.

www.bentleycaldwell.com
open.spotify.com/album/4mLGAiJ4aCZtQXC051cImd

Bruce Ervin’s “Will You Light My Fire?” is from the 2017 film, Black Holler.

soundcloud.com/bruce-ervin
www.blackholler.com

Mutual Groove: mutualgroove.com

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released November 6, 2017

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