2014 wildflow unltd all songs by Anthony W Rogers Recorded at home 2011-2014. Prepared for release with Chris Biondo at his place in Kensington, Maryland. This version is different than the vinyl where there are just 2 sides, not individual tracks. The artwork is also different on the vinyl version and includes an insert and lyrics on the inside sleeve. All noises/mistakes/omissions/regrets by Anthony W Rogers with.. Audrey Grace Rogers-percussion on wait too long, lead vocals on Johnny Janie and background vocals on Johnny Janie and.. wash. Joe William Rogers-percussion on wait too long, lead vocals and background on Johnny Janie and background vocals on.. wash.. Please visit the website for more information. 'A journey into the mind and atmosphere of a true outsider. At times obtuse, weird, caustic, joyous and mystic, the albums weaves it's own singular path defiantly through misunderstanding, frustration to cathartic release. There are mistakes that meld into a greater or larger vibe. The voices of the children lift the mood from somber reflection to hope for the future. Truly an unexpected turn and emotional experience. This album requires focus to truly 'get it'. In that way, it is as loud of a rejection of all that's wrong with todays scene, put in stark blunt soft reality. In many ways, it's amazing that it exists at all in 2014. Much of it sounds like it could be and should have been recorded in the 70s or 80s' Scott Pace, Bannett News Agency a collection of random quotes from local acquaintances (un-cited for my and their protection) about me/the project: 'Now here he comes all these years later and has to come at us like this-with this kind of aggression.. it's not good etiquette, but I'm glad to see him back. Actually, to call him aggressive is funny. He likes music and what he does. He just doesn't really care at all about much else about it or especially to ever put himself out there. ' JR 'He told me many times that his goal was not to sell music but rather to get it to the few people to whom it will mean something. I think he's really one of a kind. I like what I've heard of it.' BC 'I'm happy that finally people can see what a good writer and one man band so to speak that he is. There's better ones than these that he hasn't done yet but who knows what they will end up as. He will often play me new but changed versions of things.' TF 'I can tell you this about him. He's absolutely not interested in playing anyone's game. And he's very blunt about it sometimes. He doesn't mean any harm. I think he just feels like he wants people to know where to back off I guess. I think this is telling- guess what he told me once?.That he only wears one brand of black socks everyday. He has dozens of pairs of the same socks and no others. Typical. He has his own ideas about pretty much everything and that's good around here' JS ' If he didn't have some money to do this, he couldn't you know. He's really not a part of the music scene around here anymore at all. Some of the guys know who he is but not much else. The guy doesn't mix much with anyone that I know of. Don't get me wrong.. I like him a lot but he just doesn't seem to be with anyone but his family. Totally a nice and gentle guy, but just kind of removed. He used to play in bands all the time years and years ago. He still lives around here. I just never see him out. I mean, like never.' TB 'I remember he and Mitch used to play all the time. It's nice he did that song for him on here. It's pretty intense if you knew him. I like that track a lot.. The best of all of them probably.' WD 'His old black CD in the 90s (Identifiction) was really good, I liked it very much. I haven't heard the new one yet. I specifically remember the last time he played out around here he was subbing in this band of an old friend at this dive in Romney in the 90s. My friend and I went over there and saw I think him there with Mark Bob and Tim - Things were pretty normal for a while, but by the end of the night things got completely out of hand into crazy land. The place was closing up shop
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