Eloign

by Beatrix Potter

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ELOIGN \i-ˈlȯin\: to take (oneself) far away to a distant or unknown place

A year in the making and recorded around the USA with many friends, Eloign is one long song split up arbitrarily, one big experiment in genres, a mix of live sound and overproduction, birds singing, banging on pots, and poetry all sewn together into a (roughly) 30 minute experience.

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released December 28, 2013

Collin Adkisson - Guitars/piano/vocals/string arrangements/horns/other stuff,
Jerry Gambino - drums on all but 9,
Anthony Defabritus - bass on 4/7/9, piano/organ on 4/9/7
Joseph Gavronsky - bass on 6/8
Alex Letizia - Percussion on 6
James Cutrera - Guitar and drums on 9, background vocals on 8
Jesse Herdman - background vocals on 8


Mix/Master: antFARM(studio)

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Ocean County, New Jersey, USA

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Track Name: Ersatz
Who are you, and how can I help you to
breathe in time,
with the rhythm and the rhyme of
the universe is
in my hand
the Marching band, plays in the key of
Q & A, all day
please wake me up again because I'm

Looking after all the people
wandering into my life and out again
who will wonder when I am sleeping?

Dream all day, my way
and maybe I can have a taste
of your tea, you're sweet
you're exactly what I thought you'd be
when we met, they slept
as we talked about the world for hours
you fixed me
the morning birds, they reminded me it's time to leave

Looking after all the people
wandering into my life and out again
who will wonder when I am sleeping?

Days go slow, but years,
well I don't exactly know where they
go away
I'm too tired to come out and play at
all I see is a stochastic cacophony of
skin and leaves
and everything they mean to me