Boris McCutcheon - When We Were Big - 2003

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Boris McCutcheon
When We were Big
2003

1. hitch a ride 2:54
2. beautiful prison 3:23
3. idiot lights* 2:32
4. clumsy kiss 4:28
5. Slow diablo* 3:02
6. sad mountain 4:12
7. santa rosa plums 4:03
8. gift horse 4:29
9. fine suede 4:04
10. mole in the ground* 5:20
11. pumpkin farmer of half moon bay 3:46
12. hurt* 3:39
13. meet me* 3:23
14. diablo waltz* 2:07

all songs by Boris McCutcheon 2003 cactusman (ASCAP) except "pumpkin farmer" co written with Mark Ray Lewis & "mole in the Ground" traditional / arrangement music Boris McCutcheon

recorded & engineered by Craig Schuacher at Wavelab in Tucson AZ assistant engineer Pete Weiss * mixed by Craig Schumacher at Wavelab others mixed by Pete Weiss, Boris, Craig Schumacher on the Neve at Zippah Studios Brookline MA mastered by JJ Golden at John Golden Mastering Ventura CA

musicians
Boris McCutcheon- vox, guitar, harmonica, mandolin, bells
Jeff Berlin- drums
Brett Davis- bass, guitar, tenor banjo, resonator guitar, lap steel, mandolin, xylopipes, backing vox
Pete Weiss- guitar, piano, backing vox
with:
Craig Schumacher- microrgan, vox continental, hammond B3, pump organ, vox
Nick Luca- wurlitzer, hammond B3, Fender rhodes, piano, effects
Steve Grams- upright bass
Tim Gallagher- pedal steel

self released 2003 cactusman UPC 6 41444 92992 4
2005 frogville records

Released in June 2003, Boris' second studio album, When We Were Big, was recorded at Wavelab Studios in Tucson, AZ in only 7 days. This cd falls more into a roots rock vein than Mother Ditch, with driving drum & bass grooves, electric guitars and edgy lyrics on some songs. Unusual instruments, arrangements, and of course Boris' unique take on life in the Southwest make this album a familiar itch that you'll have to keep scratching.
"... Americana with a Southwestern bent and a railyard twist, what Howe Gelb might do some night among the saguaro with a hit of acid and a Neil Young bug up his ass."
- Michael Henningsen, Alibi
"When We Were Big truly is an authentically earthy and unusual Americana album with good songs. More alt-country/western than alt-country, this offering is steeped in southwestern imagery. McCutcheon triggers all five senses as he ruminates on overripe plums, vegetable farms, cattle grids, green chile pie, and farmhands named Benito."
- Northeast Performer

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