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Break the Chain

Doug MacLeod, Denny Croy, Jimi Bott, Oliver Brown, Jesse MacLeod

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1
Goin' Down to the Roadhouse
Doug MacLeod; Denny Croy; Jimi Bott
4:08
2
Mr. Bloozeman
Doug MacLeod; Denny Croy; Jimi Bott
4:38
3
Lonesome Feeling
Doug MacLeod
5:23
4
Travel On
Doug MacLeod; Denny Croy; Oliver Brown
3:35
5
LA – The Siren in the West
Doug MacLeod; Denny Croy
5:14
6
One for Tampa Red
Doug MacLeod
3:43
7
What the Blues Means to Me
Doug MacLeod
3:06
8
This Road I'm Walking
Doug MacLeod; Denny Croy; Jimi Bott; Oliver Brown
4:22
9
Who's Driving This Bus?
Doug MacLeod; Denny Croy; Oliver Brown
4:46
10
Church Street Serenade
Doug MacLeod
3:20
11
Going Home
Doug MacLeod
1:44
12
Break the Chain
Doug MacLeod; Jesse MacLeod; Denny Croy; Oliver Brown
4:06
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    48:05
Hot off the heels of winning The Blues Foundation’s 2017 Acoustic Artist Blues Award, Doug MacLeod presents his Break The Chain, twelve new original songs that explore the breadth and depth of the human condition. In the spirit of the best-loved blues tunes out there, the songs on this album are personal and yet universal, moving from humorous and soulful observations to the satirical and sublime.
176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Reference Recordings Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 12 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

Recorded at Skywalker Sound, Marin County, California, October 10 - 13, 2016
Producers: Doug MacLeod and Janice Mancuso
Recording engineer: Keith O. Johnson
Recorded by Sean Royce Martin
Session assistant: JoAnn Nunes
Mastering engineer: Keith O. Johnson
Executive producers: Marcia Gordon Martin and Janice Mancuso
Graphic design: Mario Pronovost (studiomdesign.ca)
Band photo: Janice Mancuso
Photography: Jared Cotton

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