Wood EP

by The Bridgebuilders

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The 3rd and final EP of the series. Originally began in late 2011, we set out to release 3 EPs over the course of 2012. This signifies the culmination of such a task.

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released April 26, 2014

Personnel:
Chris Murray - lead and harmony vocals, acoustic guitar
Nathaniel Diamond-Jones - fiddle, Irish bouzouki, synthesizer
Jeremy Van Cleave - fiddle & mandolin
Sam Swan - viola
Peter Danilchuk - electric piano, organ, Moog bass, synthesizer
Curtis Hartshorn - drums & percussion

Recorded February - May 2013 at the Chillhouse in Charlestown, MA by Will Holland assisted by Nick Vershon.

Mixed at the Chillhouse by Will Holland, Nick Vershon, and the Bridgebuilders. Mastered at the Chillhouse by Eric Welsh.

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The Bridgebuilders Boston, Massachusetts

Blazing out of Boston, Massachusetts, The Bridgebuilders have created a musical world all their own, featuring ferocious folk-inspired band interplay, a confident, unique songwriting style, and unmatched musicality. These six musical voyagers use the powers of sound waves to propel across vast galactic plains and hope that you come along on the journey with them! ... more

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Track Name: The World at All (Banana Song)
I’ll come check back again
It seemed good in my head
I’ve been waiting for some time to tell
And did you even know
I was available,
Or even in your goddamn world at all

Was in your world at all
That I was in your world at all

I see the visions of
The things that could become
But I’ve been known to be irrational
And who’d have thought I’d say
So much of anything
Or even share these goddamn words at all

Was in your world at all.
That I was, in your world at all.

I see things they are beautiful now
Girl won't you come and be my sunshine

Come bring your light to me
And drop some day on this dim dark world of mine

That I was in your world at all