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RELEASEd: december 4, 2007


Bret Mosley’s critically-acclaimed debut album, released on Woodstock MusicWorks, and hailed as “a heart-felt masterpiece” by NeuFutur Magazine…a 13-song solo album. In March 2007, Bret sat down for two days in the studio to sing, stomp and play it all in one go – recorded by Pete Caigan (Bad Brains, Tony Levin) at Flymax Studio in Woodstock, NY, and mixed by Grammy-nominated engineer Roman Klun (Sarah McLachlan). Every track was performed live with no overdubs or punch-ins. At once lean and lush, this smoldering, confessional work includes guest appearances by venerated Woodstock guitarist Chris Zaloom, Jason Novak on harmonica, and John Luther on bass. Produced by Chase Pierson and Bret Mosley.

“…the album is roots folk rock at its best. Quietly stunning in its seemingly simple beauty…”
— Kenya Jones, Aced Magazine

“…as if Van Morrison had come from a sharecroppers’ farm…soulful, punchy and evocative.”
— Paul Kerr, Americana UK

“A rough-and-tumble upstart with an extraordinary sense of rhythm and, at times, a razor-sharp tongue…a debut album of first-rate Americana tunes delivered with world-weary wisdom.”
— Aarik Danielsen, PopMatters