Sunday Afternoon Sessions

by Ben Cook-Feltz

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04:22
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03:37
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04:22
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02:17
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02:43
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05:30

about

My first Minnesota release, recorded whilst I was at McNally Smith. It's a stripped-down affair, largely piano and vocal with a few extra musical flourishes - I often call this my Joni MItchell album. It's been long out of print, but I still play a lot of songs from this record, and just between you and me, it's probably my favorite album I've put out thus far.

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released March 1, 2006

bcf -- piano, drums/percussion, vocals
matt williams -- bass (tracks 1 and 4)
aaron glade -- guitar (track 1)
danny hanzlik -- electric guitar (track 1)
pauly cusin -- hand claps (track 1)
justin baumgartner -- guitar (track 10)
mia hagarty -- violin (track 9)

Produced by Brian Allen and Ben Cook-Feltz
Engineered by Brian Allen, Ben Cook-Feltz, Juliet Kerlin, Nate Matson, and Mike Ramirez (but not all at once, that would have been strange)
Mixed by Brian Allen, Ben Cook-Feltz, Adam Burger, and Brandon Henry
Recorded at McNally Smith Studios, St. Paul MN, June-September 2005
Mastered by Nick Kaihoi at Fine Tone Studios, Minneapolis MN, November 2005

All songs by Ben Cook-Feltz, except "Weavers," music by Sharon Cook, lyrics by Heddy Hustedde.
Cover photography by Rainey Miller, Matt Williams and Brian Allen.
Album design by Lisa Weber

Thanks to Brian, Matt, Aaron, Justin, Danny, Mia, Pauly, Juliet, Mike, Nate, Brandon, Adam, Nick, Lisa, Heddy, Jenny Anderson, Sue Brezny, Andy Cook-Feltz, Erika Downs, Ricardo Ehramjian, Bryan Forrester, Myque Franz, Leah Franck, Scott Jarrett, Scott Marsh, Tyler (Engen) Martin, Chris McGahan, Kelli Michel, Rob Schlette, Mike Seager, Delayne Stallman, and Mom. And anybody else I didn't mention, but that's probably just because I forgot to. Nothing personal. Common mistake; I am left-handed, after all.

Special thanks to Linda & Robert, Grandma & Grandpa, and Rainey.

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Ben Cook-Feltz Minneapolis, Minnesota

The best way to describe Ben Cook-Feltz's music may be, “Paul Simon singing piano ballads about broken hearts, and pants, to thunderous percussion.” A native of Cedar Falls IA, Cook-Feltz has spent the past decade living in Minneapolis, performing throughout the state and metro area with a variety of backing ensembles, large and small, sure and unsure, always entertaining. ... more

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