'sharing the night with darkness'
1.) Again (3:48)
2.) Market Girl (2:33)
3.) A Tree (3:04)
4.) Dark Eyes (3:49)
5.) I Am the Dream (2:58)
6.) Twenty Twenty Three (3:03)
7.) Mail Order Annie (4:00)
8.) When I Get Quiet (3:23)
9.) I Am Anger (3:52)
10.) Sully's Pail (3:33)
11.) I Must Know You (3:07)
12.) I've Come Looking For You (2:45)
13.) You Do Something To Me (3:15)
14.) Night, June 1988 (4:13)
15.) Epilogue (3:55)
16.) I'll Never Find Another You (2:07)
7.) Such Fine Things (4:05)
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Dave Cook, Area 52 Studios, Saugerties, NY
D.C. Anderson davecamson music ASCAP
photograph: Sam Pickart
NEW ALBUM - d.c. anderson - sharing the night with darkness
Find a quiet corner of your home.
D.C. Anderson's voice possesses it's usual tender exuberance. Nature has added a touch of maturity. Willing, it seems, to go wherever the story takes it.
David Robison is at the piano. If you've seen him play, he appears to become the piano's playful and necessary appendage. He is masterful here.
D.C.'s musical collaborator in years past, Lem Jay Ignacio, returns (along with son, Lemy) for Cole Porter's 'You Do Something to Me.' In the context of 'sharing the night with darkness,' it might be considered the musical equivalent of a 'dream sequence.'
Luke Wygodny (of the tremendous folk group THE HEARTSTRINGS PROJECT) composed two, and adds acoustic guitar to three, tracks. Audrey Q. Snyder adds her delicious cello to a few songs as well.
Songwriters collaborating with or covered by D.C. are veteran tunesmiths Robert Sprayberry, Michele Brourman, Bryce Kulak, Steven Landau, Harry Chapin, Teresa Tudury, Luke Wygodny, Andrew Ratshin, Dick Gibbons and Bob Dylan.
Spend an afternoon with 'sharing the night with darkness' and discover why Stephen Mosher, of Broadway World described D.C.'s voice (reviewing his 2022 LML MUSIC release HOUSE CONCERT) as 'lovely, emotionally invested, articulate' and D.C. in performance as 'tender, theatrical and visceral' with a fine focus on the art of storytelling!'