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Birds Flying Away

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Released  January, 2000
Birds Flying Away (2000)  Century Spring (2002)
Release date  January 2000
Label  Bar None Records
Length  39:53
Artist  Mason Jennings
Producer  Mason Jennings
Genre  Folk music
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Similar  Century Spring, Boneclouds, Use Your Voice, In the Ever, Blood of Man

Mason jennings birds flying away


Birds Flying Away is the second album from Mason Jennings. It was released January, 2000 from the label Bar/None. While writing this album the drummer Chris Stock died. Mason Jennings had to find a replacement drummer. The song entitled “Train Leaving Grey” was written and added to the album in dedication of him. Mason Jennings had another setback for 6 months when he got mononucleosis which in turn delayed the release of this album. He is compared to Dave Matthews in The New York Times music review of this album.

Contents

Mason jennings confidant


Personnel

  • Mason Jennings- Guitar/Vocals/Producer
  • Bob Skoro- Bass/Vocals/Assistant Producer
  • Edgar Oliveria-Drums
  • Chris Thompson- Alto Saxophone
  • Dave Gardner- Mastering
  • Ed Ackerson - Producer/Engineer
  • Tom Garneau - Engineer
  • Camron Wittig- Design/Photography
  • Track listing

    1. "Confidant" - 3:47
    2. "United States Global Empire" - 3:02
    3. "Ballad for My One True Love" - 4:32
    4. "Black Panther" - 3:58
    5. "Dr. King" - 3:24
    6. "Stars Shine Quietly" - 3:49
    7. "Birds Flying Away" - 3:13
    8. "The Mountain" - 4:15
    9. "Duluth" - 3:03
    10. "Train Leaving Gray" - 2:20
    11. "The Light" - 4:23

    Songs

    1Confidant3:48
    2United States Global Empire3:02
    3Ballad for My One True Love4:32

    References

    Birds Flying Away Wikipedia


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