Deep in the Woods
There's obviously nothing wrong with music being used for cell phone ring tones or anything, but it's worth mentioning that there's some music that sounds great as a 30 second sample and then there's stuff that works a whole lot better when played as a whole. Our songs, at least in our opinion, have much more to offer when heard all the way through, so if you'd like a better 'preview' of our album, go to our Myspace, where we've posted the entire thing. You can hear it all for free, front to back (as well as our first album, 'The Monterey Jacks'). That being said, there's not much else we should need to say about 'Deep In The Woods' - just let the music speak for itself! Computer speakers don't work? Ok Fine. We'll explain our music through words (or at least try): Deep In The Woods is our second album. We're still basically the same band we were when we did our first one. The big difference is, of course, the songs. This album has all kinds of brand new songs on it, from instrumentals* to lyric heavy song-songs**. It's got love, adventure, surrealism, and, like a bottle of wine, it gets better with age. As the title suggests, Deep In The Woods will sound great when you listen to it while in the forest, or at least near a tree of some kind. Then Again, if you're stuck inside for one reason or another, maybe this album will help you drift off to the wilderness somehow. As a great man once said, 'There's a little Santa Cruz Mountains in all of us.' Janelle Pereyda - Drums, Harmonica Danny Michaelsen - Bass, Backing Vocals Eliot Chamberlain - Guitar, Banjo, Lead Vocals, Piano, Organ *two instrumentals. Tracks 5 and 14. ** songs like Photographic Memory, Lamp Breath, and this album notes section, which has so many lyrics that we took the music out of it and divided it up into paragraphs and now we're using it as an album notes section. And we even added footnotes to it.