American 707

by DRMS

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03:07
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05:25
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03:47
4.
02:49
5.
02:15

about

American 707 is a short film by DRMS and Elia Vargas. This record is a the soundtrack to that film.

youtu.be/EM_QPm8IgSw

credits

released 18 February 2014

1. Alchemy
2. American 707
3. Soft and Low
4. Alchemy Echo
5. Ships at Bay


Rob Shelton - Keyboards, Piano, Samples, Loops, Synthesizer Bass, String Arrangement (1), Vocals
Emily Ritz - Vocals and Drum Pads
Mark Clifford - Vibraphone and Keyboards, String Arrangement (2)
Ross McIntire - Drums and Drum Pads
Carly Bond - Vocals, Guitars, Baritone Guitar, Bass Clarinet, Vocoder

With
Jason Slota - Drums (1, 2, 4)
Emily Botel - Violin (1,2)
Zach Rubin-Rattet - Guitar (3)
Jake Nochimow - Drums (3)
Andrew Maguire - Piano (3)
Jamie Riotto - Moog (3)

Engineered & Mixed by Jamie Riotto at Tiny Telephone
Additional Engineering by Jay Pellicci and Rob Shelton
Mastered by Shelly Steffens at Chicago Mastering Service

tags

tags: kids Oakland

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Track Name: Alchemy
One last stand at the borderline
Open arms let you out to see
Silver and gold are not hard to find
You're just not who you said you'd be
Track Name: Soft and Low
Oh
How I know
Soft and Low
How I know

See your eyes
Listening close
With your pulse
Moving Slowly

I feel your mouth
Moving near
Telling me what I got to know
Maybe not what I really want to hear

Oh
How I know
Soft and Low
How I know

I wanna know
What your thinking
What your feeling
Have you ever felt anything at all
Well I feel it loud and hard and sharp and close

No matter how soft and how low
You come and then you go
It's the only way I've ever known

Oh
How I know
Soft and Low
How I know
Track Name: Ships at Bay
Can you hear it
Lost in morning
Ships at bay
Hear them calling
Steal away