Morning in a New Machine

by Dubl Handi

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    This is the actual CD with photography by Brian Geltner, and info and notes about songs.

    Includes digital pre-order of Morning in a New Machine. You get 3 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.
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  • Pre-order of Morning in a New Machine. You get 3 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.

    Just purchasing the digital download does not include the physical CD.
    releases 10 June 2015

     $10 USD  or more

     

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03:49
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02:52
4.
Red Rocking Chair
5.
Flop Eared Mule
6.
No Sleep
7.
Don't Get Trouble in Your Mind
8.
Half-Shaved
9.
Drive Away the Blues
10.
Jim Along
11.
The Train that Carried My Girl from Town
12.
Let Me Fall

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Dubl Handi's second album, The Morning in a New Machine is another creation of longime collaborators Hilary Hawke and Brian Geltner. The two experience oldtime and roots music as a vehicle for creative expression and robust playfulness while keeping the musical integrity intact. Excavating old tunes, and repurposing songs, as well as adding originals while staying true to the passion and spirit of American music.

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releases 10 June 2015

Additional musicians : Ernie Vega-guitar and vocals, Jon Ladeau- guitar, Sam Kulik- trombone, Jonny Lam - Pedal steel. Produced by Brian Geltner, Recorded @ Young Love Studios with Gary Levitt. Mixed by Gary Levitt & Brian Geltner, Mastered by Chris Athens Masters

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Dubl Handi Brooklyn, New York

Dubl Handi is Hilary Hawke, Wyndham Baird, and Brian Geltner, named after the Washboard company from the 1800's. Dubl Handi is pronounced, Double Handy, just spelled different. In the tradition of folk music around the world rhythmic groove is a pervasive thread. Dubl Handi uses percussion, guitar, drums, and banjo to play songs from appalachian region of the Northeast States. ... more

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