With genres ranging from folk-rock to bluegrass to modern rock and progressive rock, this CD takes the best of a diverse music scene and brings it together to raise money for a worthy cause while attracting attention to the very talented performers that make up the Seacoast scene.
All of these songs were recorded specifically for this project, with Dreadnaught and Thanks to Gravity giving songs from their most recent releases. The performances are all stellar, the caliber of the musicians is through the roof, and the production is outstanding!
Check out Jason Spooner's "No Fantasy" for a taste of upbeat folk rock. Listen to a little Weed for the modern rocker, and Ethan Bessey's jangly "Rooftop Dancing" for a bluegrassy rootsy feel.
The songs leave you humming the tunes long after the CD stops spinning...and by purchasing this CD you help Prevent Child Abuse NH in their quest to rid the state of NH of child abuse and neglect. Prevent Child Abuse NH, formerly known as The New Hampshire Task Force to Prevent Child Abuse is a non-profit organization (501 c3) that works to prevent child abuse and neglect, and to improve the lives of children and families in New Hampshire. PCA-NH programs include: Parents Anonymous of NH, a parent-to-parent program that offers free and confidential mutual support groups; a Parenting Hotline 1-800-750-4494, which is a 24-hour toll free parenting hotline for support, information and referrals; Child Safety Programs; Public Awareness; Education & Training; as well as advocacy at local, state and Federal levels.
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1. No Fantasy By Jason Spooner
2. It All Goes By So Fast By Thanks to Gravity
3. You and Me By Hog Mawl
4. Angel By Hank Decken
5. Windows By Ed Jurdi
6. Empty Faces By High Range
7. Rooftop Dancing By Ethan Bessey
8. Pillar of the Family By Truffle
9. The Whole World's Falling Down By the Mcdonough Band
10. Just Like Dogs By Coby Carlucci
11. Trust Her Heart By Tim Theriault
12. Want to Warn You By Weed
13. The Jester's Theme By Dreadnaught
14. Angel (reprise) By Hank Decken