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CIGAR BY THE FALLS (Westbrook)

By | October 30, 2010

Cigars at Band Camp

100% true snapshot of things heard and seen on one ordinary day in June of 2009, made extraordinary by close friendships, a new acquaintance, some alcohol and tobacco, and music making. This is what happens when you have no material and no inspiration and just set your life to music; it’s an sonic version of […]

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BACK FROM TENNESSEE (Crabtree)

By | October 27, 2010

Back from Tennessee, I got my yellow telecaster, I think I’ll give that guitar shop a call. Back from Tennessee, I wish it had a Bigsby on it, back from Tennessee I’m close to level two.

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HANDLE GLIDE (Crabtree)

By | October 27, 2010

Music is a form of transportation: a train wreck, a sad flight.  Sometimes a little girl on a bike flies by faster than anything else.

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PRETENDERS AT THE WILL TURN (Crabtree/Cross)

By | October 27, 2010

One night at the wigwam Jason said I grew up on a country road, but that doesn’t make me an expert.  One set and a hot girl on bass, the openers a notch better than our sucking band, she got a free stogie from Greg Dunn with a flavor wheel cheat sheet she would e-mail […]

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The Way It Happens

By | October 25, 2010

At least three members of Pulpit Supply get together once a year to sort out our lives, record music, drink beer, and smoke cigars.  New songs, old favorites, and current cover enthusiasms get recorded.  Our producer takes these recordings home to a secret Midwest location where he labors in solitude until a new album emerges […]

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…It Begins!

By | October 22, 2010

After nearly two decades, the band Pulpit Supply comes out of hiding.  Hear our music at myspace.com/pulpitsupply

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