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Contact The Reverend John DeLore. Streaming and Download help. The dress she wore was the color of envy. When she smiled all the men would lose their cool. I could tell by the way you leaned your body in the doorway that your memory would stick with me for a long, long time. When you moved across the room with your body painted blue by the late Autumn Moon that shone through your window pane. Track Name: Waiting For the Morning. Let's burn the city down and find ourselves a place to sleep. Just til we no longer weep. Because I have had enough of these wicked railroad dreams.
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The debut album from the Reverend John DeLore, "Ode to an American Urn" is a 13-song tour de force! The poet-like attention to lyrics is underscored by melodies and arrangements whose breadth of musical dynamics is rare in modern albums. Ode to an American Urn" moves deftly from bombastic, blues-tinged rock, to songs with big, sprawling spaces for the listener to explore, to songs filled with breath and intimacy.
Artist: The Reverend John DeLore. Album: Ode to an American Urn. Release year: 2009. The Reverend John DeLore - Blood, Thunder Little John the Conqueror, 2011 04:07. Artist: The Reverend John DeLore.
DeLore’s first two albums deal in train-wheel rhythms and alt-country visions of American expanse, but Songs From Church Avenue puts the listener into a small, sparsely decorated room in a big city. The Americana feeling is still there in the music, but it’s ornamented in a new way – with lovely, spacious arrangements, and with lyrics that paint a full, romantic picture with minimalist strokes. other posts by Green. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Required fields are marked .
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Bass – Jordan ScannellaDrums – Jason SlotaPiano – Ryan Thomas CarpenterRecorded By – John DeLore*Recorded By [Drums] – Jason SlotaRecorded By [Piano] – Stefan DeisenbergerRhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Scott MetzgerSaxophone, Bass Clarinet – Stefan ZeniukTrumpet – Dan BrantiganVocals – Anna Ty Bergman, Grace McLean, John DeLore*
|A2||House Of Cards
Bass – Jordan ScannellaDrums – Charlotte CornfieldFiddle – Marshall BakerFinger Snaps [Snaps] – J.S. LeibowitzPiano – Aya KatoRecorded By – John DeLore*Recorded By [Drums And Bass] – Bryan PughVocals – Anna Ty Bergman, Grace McLean, John DeLore*
|A3||Graceland Is Burning
Bass – Jordan ScannellaDrums – Charlotte CornfieldLead Guitar – Curtis Brewer*Recorded By [Drums, Bass, Rhythm Guitar] – Bryan PughRecorded By [Lead Guitar And Vocals] – John DeLore*Rhythm Guitar – Adam FincherVocals – Grace McLean, John DeLore*
Bass – Rick KwanDrums – Jason Isaac Lead Guitar – Curtis Brewer*Organ – Kevin BlacklerRecorded By – John DeLore*Recorded By [Bass] – Rick KwanVocals – Grace McLeanVocals, Rhythm Guitar – John DeLore*Words By, Music By – Matthew Kubacki, The Reverend John DeLore
|A5||Blue Is The Color (Of My True Love's Hair)
Bass [Upright Bass] – Dylan KeefeBass Clarinet – Stefan ZeniukDrums – Jay FrederickFlugelhorn – Dan BrantiganGuitar – John LaDeauGuitar, Vocals – John DeLore*Organ – Kevin BlacklerPiano – Aya KatoRecorded By – John DeLore*Recorded By [Drums] – Jay Frederick
|B1||The Myth Of Rebellion
Backing Vocals – Grace McLean, Jo LampertBass – Dylan KeefeDrums – Jason Isaac Lead Guitar – Steve Lewis Organ – Aya KatoRecorded By – John DeLore*Rhythm Guitar, Percussion, Glockenspiel, Synthesizer [Casio PT-100 / STRINGS Setting], Vocals – John DeLore*
Bass, Rhythm Guitar [Left], Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Vocals – RevJD*Drums – Jason Isaac Guitar [Solo #1] – Scott MetzgerPiano – Aya KatoPiano [Additional] – Lou StrongRecorded By – John DeLore*Rhythm Guitar [Right], Guitar [Solo #2] – Steve Lewis Vocals – Anna Ty Bergman, Grace McLean
|B3||The Wages Of A Man Unbound
Backing Vocals – Grace McLeanBass – John "Better Bet On Betty" Bettencourt*Drums – Jason Isaac Harmonica, Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Keyboards [Yamaha PS55] – Rev JD*Organ – Kevin BlacklerPedal Steel Guitar – Ollie SamlandPiano – Aya KatoRecorded By – John DeLore*
|B4||Soldier Of Fortune
Banjo – Brendan SpiethChoir [The Corncrib Choir] – Emma Geer, Jill Carrera, Mason Thomas HensleyGuitar [Additonal Guitars] – The Infamous Ryder Girlz Mary & DotGuitar, Mandolin, Keyboards, Vocals – Reverend John DeLore*Percussion [Foot Percussion] – The P90X CHOIR under the direction of Uncle Rob & Lady BooRecorded By – John DeLore*
|B5||Blue Moon (Part 2)
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John DeLore*Bass – Dylan KeefeDrums – Jay FrederickElectric Guitar – John LaDeauRecorded By – John DeLore*Recorded By [Drums] – Jay Frederick
- Mastered By – Justin Shturtz
- Mixed By – Bryan Pugh (tracks: A1, A5, B2), Jason Finkel (tracks: B3, B1, B5), Rick Kwan (tracks: A2, A4, B3), John DeLore* (tracks: B4)
- Words By, Music By – The Reverend John DeLore (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B5)
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