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Decatur Creek / Blog

IT'S HERE!

Our debut studio recording/CD of 11 original tunes is finally in hand! We'll have them available at all our gigs and soon on CDBaby, Amazon, Itunes, and web streaming services.

May Be the Month

OK, the mixing and mastering are done, the cover art/graphics and liner notes are being finalized. We're excited to be just weeks away from our debut CD release. It's gonna be worth the wait - stay tuned for the final word!

Premier Recording Almost Complete

Our special guest musicians (percussion and fiddle) have laid down their tracks. Technical edits on all 11 tunes were done 1/7. Final mastering starts this Saturday, 1/17 and should take just a couple sessions. Then its off to the CD folks for reproduction/printing, and shipment! Our engineer/producer, Mike Clark (Clark Creative Studios - Amherst, NH) smiles a lot, bobs his head to the rhythms, and says it's gonna be really good! We're getting excited, and hope you'll agree...!

Recording Progress Update

OK, we've laid down all 11 basic original tracks to our upcoming full-length debut CD/recording. A few more studio sessions with some guest musician help, and then final mastering and we should have it...!

Recording in progress...

The rumors are true...! We are about halfway through recording our first CD. Watch for a release sometime this summer!

Link to "Out of the Woods" Radio Appearance

On 4/19 we were on the "Out of the Woods" radio show. Start at 1:29 at: http://archive.org/details/OutOfTheWoods-Show159-Wscs-fm-4-19-13

Decatur Creek defined

Decatur Creek (Du-ka'-tur Creek) prop. n. A trout stream (primary coordinates: 42.5867, -74.7535) sourced in the scenic country hills by county road 39 near Cooperstown, Otsego county, upstate New York where an impressionable youth once lived and never forgot. (Reference - "The Hick In Me" by Doug Farrell). Colloquial - an enjoyable acoustic musical experience where the simplicity of the past meets the complexity of the present. Typically results in smiling faces, tapping feet, and wanting for more