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Weak Soul Patch on March 24, 2014 00:59

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    1. Wakey Wakey!*
    2. Sundown*
    3. Halls of Fame#
    4. It’s Too Late For Melatonin*
    5. Smile*
    6. Middleasia*
    7. Satori in G-Vegas*
    8. Pendulum Swing!*
    9. Fat*
    10. The Paper Chase*
    11. Corked*
    12. Boxed Culture*
    13. Appearances*
    14. A Song About Nothing*

    Early in February 2013, I was inspired to take the RPM Challenge, which is a month-long endeavor to create 10 songs and record them in the month of February. I had a head of steam, writing and recording Wakey Wakey!, Sundown, It’s Too Late for Melatonin, Smile, Middle Asia, Satori in G-Vegas, and A Song About Nothing all within that month and then stopped. The theme was wrestling with the onset of middle age and all that it entails. Time moved forward and I thought about scrapping the entire project. Then came February 2014. I realized that I had other songs along the same theme and began thinking about a longer compilation. Over the course of a week, I tracked the songs, wrote a new song and produced this effort. These are songs and demos scattered over the course of two years. Some I have performed at open mic nights, and some I will never play again. I do not aspire to be a musician. For me, music is catharsis. I think you’ll get that pretty quickly. Take it for what it is, and I hope you enjoy it.

    Thanks to: My wife, T-Dazzle, for all her love and support, Craig Landry for our Armadillo Grill/Peasant’s Pub practices and listening to everything I ever recorded, and Mark Alves for always encouraging me.

    * Words and music: Clifton Watts
    # Words and music: Craig Landry
    All instruments, production and recordings by Clifton Watts

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