Recorded May 2009 and March 2010 at Avi's house in San Francisco. We sang and played guitars, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, and bass, and the passing traffic on Fell Street helped out on the low end. Mary Campion and Nick Pappadopolous added to the underworld chorus on "Robert Johnson."
Avi thanks his Kari, his Mom, his Dad, his brother Lary, his 'brother' Steve, his whole family, his favorite New York City, his friends Jason and Eric, his endless encouragers Diane and KC, his punk/classical crossover artist friend Mike, his friend Patrick, and his friend Patrick's Mary. Also all my buddies in The Stone Foxes for their permission in recording "Robert Johnson" by myself. It will always be a Stone Foxes song that we wrote together. Oh, and Stapleton, Matcke, Harmon for employment and thus funding this record.
For Mom, Dad, Casey, Mary, Margy, Ed, Austin, Dublin, Boondoggle, Chips, Salsa, Kari, Pantini, Willy, Bill, Matt, Rick, Donovan, Avi, and many, many others to no lesser degree, Patrick Dyer Wolf has one or more of the following: love, gratitude, hugs, noogies, a voracious appetite, admiration.
Pwolf and Avi would like to thank the Stone Foxes, Dave Schwartz, the upstairs neighbors, present and past employers...
In memory of Brendan O'Reilly
released October 15, 2010
Singing, playing, songwriting, recording, and mixing by Patrick Dyer Wolf and Avi Vinocur. Mastered by Ken Lee Mastering, Oakland, CA. Album art by Aaron Mort, Boonie Blues. Copyright 2010 by Avi Vinocur and Patrick Dyer Wolf. Published by Seriously Serious Songs (ASCAP) "She Ain't Comin Back" by P. Wolf/ W. Kellogg. "I Killed Robert Johnson" by Vinocur/Koehler/Koehler/Mort.
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