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Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Washington Square Sabbath" (1967) was recorded at the Bob Seed Studio. A sinister re-imagining of the Summer of Love.

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Pennsylvania Harvest Time" (1972) was recorded at the Bob Seed Studio. Taking a psychedelic trip by horse and buggy.

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Mother, Mother" (1970) was recorded at the Bob Seed Studio. Be good to her.

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Woman of the Black Cloth" (1965) was recorded at the Bob Seed Studio. A look at traditions in a time when they were crumbling before the world's eyes.

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Day of No Tomorrow" (1962) was recorded at the Dick Charles Recording Studio. This is the oldest written song we have a recorded demo for. This is where it all began!

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Ballad of the Brown Left Arm" (1974) was recorded at the Dick Charles Recording Studio. We all find our confessionals somewhere.

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Candle Mass Eve" (1975) was recorded at the Dick Charles Recording Studio. Where there is lightness, there is also darkness.

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Opening Night/Closing Night" (1975) was recorded at the Dick Charles Recording Studio. A wisdom is imparted from one generation to another.

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"The Wealthiest Boy in the World" (1972) was recorded at the Dick Charles Recording Studio. A wisdom is imparted from one generation to another.

Ernie DeVito
Ernie DeVito  (over 3 years ago)

"Song for Abingdon" (1975) was recorded at the Manographics. Sometimes yearning and hope are the same thing.