The Moon & Other Things

by Bart Budwig

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Cigarettes from Grace
3.
Santa Barbara
4.
High and Low and In-Between (to Townes)
5.
Wyoming
6.
Saturday Slow, Sunday Lazy
7.
Sane in Colorado
8.
Sarah Roll Down My Window
9.
Sleep Elena

about

The rhythm section and lead vocals were recorded live to 4 track reel-to-reel in the historic OK Theatre (Enterprise, Or). Everything else was overdubbed at the OK Theatre and Albatross (Astoria, Or).

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releases May 27, 2016

Musicians: Darrell Brann of The Brothers Brann (electric guitar), Bart Budwig (acoustic guitar, vocals), Kati Claborn of Blind Pilot/Hook & Anchor (vocals), John Craigie (harmonica), Aryn Daley (vocals), Brady Goss (piano), Seth Kinzie (piano), John Nuhn (upright bass, vocals), Andy Steele of Catskills (drums), Luke Ydstie of Blind Pilot/Hook & Anchor (vocals, electric guitar, dobro, vocals, and Wurlitzer) and lots of friends for group vocals.

Artists: Nancy Charles of MACHINE (watercolor), James Engerbretson (graphic design).

Mastered by Adam Gonsalves at Telegraph Mastering in Portland. All songs written by Bart Budwig except for Santa Barbara which was written by Nate Wolff. Recorded and mixed by Bart Budwig.

Special thanks to Darrell Brann for use of the OK Theatre, Dave Bjur for use of microphones and Eric Bechard for use of Albatross.

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Bart Budwig Moscow

Bart Budwig grew up on the Idaho Palouse, with a pawn shop trumpet and a heart as big as a skyscraper. Bart learned melody from jazz charts, and learned that fault-lines in big hearts create drifting continents and forge new mountains. Everyone close to him disappeared, whether to death or Texas, and from Texas he got a letter from Waylon Jennings entreating him to pick up a guitar and a pen. ... more

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Track Name: Damn Good Start (to Waylon and Willie)
Damn Good Start

How to ease a cowboy’s heart
An empty bottle is a damn good start
A damn good start

How to ease a wanting heart
Walk out the door is a damn good start
A damn good start

When nothing good comes around
And all the uppers leave you down
When getting by never gets you through
What’s left to do?

How to ease a gambler’s heart
Let him win is a damn good start
A damn good start

How to cure a cautious heart
Give it all for nothing is a damn good start
A damn good start

When nothing good comes around
And all the uppers leave you down
When getting by never gets you through
What’s left to do?
I was born a gambling man
I was born a cowboy too
I laid it all down for love
And then walked away too soon