Moving Day

by Chris Titchner

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1.
Bad Bad Way 04:17
2.
Dead End Job 06:05
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Driveway 04:10
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Model Planes 04:11
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Burlington 03:20
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Austin 04:22
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Satisfied 04:20
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Moving Day 03:22

about

Following the more folk based Some Things Never Change and a move down to North Carolina, I looked at the songs I was compiling for the next record and realized that I wanted to make something that was more Rock and less Folk. I gathered up some local musician friends along with my former Three Mile Limit drummer Pat Doyle who was up in D.C. and we rehearsed over several weekends in keyboardist Craig Barber's garage.

When it came time to record I chose Overdub Lane in Durham, NC which is known for its great space and for its fantastic grand piano. Overdub also had a wonderful wurlitzer that appears all over the record.

We recorded the songs live in the studio, spread throughout the various rooms- even utilizing the closets to help get the guitar and bass amps more isolated. Once we got the takes we liked, I went back in and rerecorded more isolated versions of my acoustic guitar and vocals. Then we added the additional instruments like violin, cello, more guitars, and even a brass quartet. Finally we mixed the album onto tape to try and further capture the live and vibrant sound we were going for.

The result is a loose and even playful take on a variety of songs and styles that focused on both my recent relocation and on the changes and experiences in my life over the previous few years following Some Things Never Change.

If you're looking for one of my albums that has a bit more swagger and a more rock sound, then this album is the one for you.

credits

released April 25, 2005

Chris Titichner - Acoustic Guitar, Vocals,
Piano & Wurlitzer on Here's To Another Year,
Tambourine and Shaker on Driveway
Stefan Rogers - Electric Guitars
Craig Barber - Piano, Organ, Wurlitzer
Chris Dunbar - Bass
Patrick Doyle - Drums

Additionally
Bruce Stevens - Electric Guitars
Tracy Feldman - Violin
Leslie Wren - Vocals
Jonathan Kramer - Cello
Will Caviness - Trumpet
Mike Gillespie - Trumpet
Andy Kleindienst - Trombone
Dave Möschler - Tuba
Thom Canova - Tambourine

Recorded January-March 2005 at Overdub Lane in Durham, NC
Engineered and Mixed by Thom Canova
Produced by Chris Titchner and Thom Canova

All songs written by Chris Titchner
This recording ©2005 Chris Titchner/Soggy Dog Music

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