MONDAYMARCH26TH2012

by GSJF

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  • Also contains a hi-resolution picture of the band, as well as a behind-the-scenes video.

     

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Performed by Graham Wright, Spencer MacEachern, Joe Manzione, and Feurd. Recorded over the course of the date above. To be played on respectable speakers. Thanks!

A vlog dedicated to this day can be found here: youtu.be/GRr1Dc4MHVs

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released 28 March 2012

Produced by Graham Wright

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All songs ©2012 Major Mavety Hums (SOCAN), except Track #6 by Dylan/Harrison/Lynne/Orbison/Petty ©Umlaut Corporation (ASCAP)

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GSJF Toronto, Ontario

A hungover Monday could have been spent doing anything. Instead we have here five original songs and a Travelling Wilburys cover. Graham Wright, Spencer MacEachern, Joe Manzione and Feurd. We all played a variety of different parts on these recordings. Thank you Will Simpson for joining in the room & spreading positive vibes. And thank you for listening! Tell your friends! ... more

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Track Name: Messages
I like leaving you messages
When I call you I don't want to hear your voice
Phone rings I say what's on my mind
The subject you can't change

I like seeing you frown
When you know I'm right
I don't want to argue here
My mind you can't change

When you get home
Stop the blinking lights
And think before you're dialing
I'm watching

I like hanging up
A life of hanging up
Track Name: How To Stop Worrying And Start Living
Oh! I lost my job again
It hurts when you think you've made amends
The final phone call made me weak in the knees
Couldn't let him hear me cry
So instead I sneezed
(God bless you)

Really shook me up or kinda just a bit
I had a lot of fun I'd got the jist of it
Building bridges to connect two towns
My fingers bloody splinters
My ears the coming sound
(The wood drops)

Sometimes you've got to lose
To gain perspective and abandon stale views
So you can try something new
There's value
And these old boots are just my size
I am out walking for the prospective prize
Won't stop until I realize
The sun's begun to rise
The sun begins to rise