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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Chinaberry Tree (Vic Chesnutt) (5:29)
2. Mute Witness (Morrissey) (3:15)
3. The Chauffeur (Duran Duran) (5:44)
4. The Wrong Child (R.E.M.) (3:48)
5. Think Too Much (b) (Paul Simon) (2:38)
6. Hyper-ballad (Björk) (6:59)
7. Serenity (Charles Ives) (3:30)

Total Time: 31:24

Line-up / Musicians

- Damion Waitkus / vocals, guitars (acoustic, electric, baritone & piccolo), hammer dulcimer, piano, pianet, flute, guzheng, banjo, percussion
- Emily Packard / violins
- Kate McLoughlin / bassoon, vocals, tin whistle
- Jason Hoopes / acoustic & electric basses, vocals
- Jordan Glenn / drums, percussion, vibraphone, marimba

Releases information

"Collection of cover songs run through the Jack O' The Clock cheese grater and lovingly re-assembled over the course of 2014 and early 2015."

Produced and recorded by Damon Waitkus, 2014-2015, in Oakland and Alameda, California

Digital album (March 24th, 2015)

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