The Gates of Brooklyn (EP) Credits, Tracklist, and track!

artwork by http://www.jennischwartz.com/ photography by ME!

David Lott, The Gates of Brooklyn (2010)

tracklist:

1.Mondays

2.Gates of Brooklyn

3.There Are Times

4.For You

5.Pride

All Songs written by: David Lott
Produced by: David Lott and Alby Cohen
Recorded at Rough Magic Studios by Alby Cohen
Mixed at Rough Magic Studios by Mike Gibney
Mastered at Salt Mastering by Paul Gold
All Arrangements: David Lott and Alby Cohen with additional help on (Track 4) by Mike Gibney

THE MUSICIANS:

David Lott: Guitars, Vocals, Some Background Vocals, Paper Rub, Additional percussion

Alby Cohen: Most Background Vocals, Drums and Percussion (Tracks 1-3,5), Synth Strings (Track 4)
Josh Bloom: Drums and Percussion (Track 4)
Brian Stanley: Bass (Tracks 1-4)
James Preston: Bass (Track 5)
Craig Greenberg: Upright Piano (Tracks 1-2, 4-5)
Chad Dinzes: Fender Rhodes (Track 4), Organ (Tracks 1-3, 5), Upright Piano (Track 3)
Thomas Bryan Eaton: Mandolin (Track 1, 5), Pedal Steel Guitar (Tracks 1-2, 4-5)
Doug Goldstein: Banjo (Tracks 1, 5)
Mike Gibney: Additional Sound Design (Track 4)

*additional artwork to come, along with tracks available for download!

for a FREE track email dlott1000@gmail.com, subject “Free Track” and you will receive a download link within 24 hours!

...Upon the Blue Ridge Mountains, Brooklyn through my mind...

THANK YOU!

  • OF COURSE A VERY VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO DOUG @ ROUGH MAGIC STUDIOS
  • A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALBY @ ROUGH MAGIC FOR MAKING IT ALL COME TO LIFE
  • A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE STAFF WHO HELPED AT ROUGH MAGIC
  • A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO MIKE GIBNEY FOR HIS INPUT, MIX, AND PATIENCE!
  • A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PLAYED ON THE RECORD
  • TO ALL FAMILY, FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS ALIKE
  • THANK YOU, MUSIC.
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~ by dlottmusic on August 7, 2010.

One Response to “The Gates of Brooklyn (EP) Credits, Tracklist, and track!”

  1. […] I love the new solo EP, The Gates of Brooklyn, and especially the bluegrass tune that opens it up. Who plays with you on the solo stuff, and how […]

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