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MP3 Dale Crider - Wild Wood Swamp
Wild innovative renewable energy Bluegrass musical accompaniment with ecology, conservation, and resources wise use lyrics of solar economies, environmental significance, levity and love for the native wildlife that are written and recorded by Wildlife E
15 MP3 Songs
FOLK: like Joni, COUNTRY: Bluegrass
WILD WOOD SWAMP is a Thanksgiving celebration of renewable energy
and conservation ecology Americana-bluegrass. The songs roll and flow as the frequencies of sound waves become audio-renewable acoustical vibrations that can be played & replayed again on this compact disk at little or no risk to the servival of the planet our mother --or risk to our own enjoyment of the green conservation. Living our lives with an ethic of care for water, soil, forest, wildlife and air are what this music is
Devastation brought by wetlands development will effect water and wetlands for centuries. Profits from WATERSONGS and WATERWAYS CD is being pledged to the American Red Cross to be shared by all victims in Louisana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida that suffered from Hurricane Katrina.
Dale Crider, Florida''s environmental troubador, has written, recorded and performed numerous songs about Florida, its unique wilderness and wildlife. These songs have helped bring attention to the plight of endangered wildlife, to their habitats in rivers and other fragile acquatic ecosystems, and to the natural systems that support all life in Florida.
To the musicians a special thanks is due:
Casey Henry - Acoustic Bass
Chris Henry -Lead Guitar, Mandolin, and Engineering
Murphy Henry - Banjo
Red Henry -Mandolin and Fiddle
Tuck Tucker - Dobro
Tracy Collins - Keyboard
Dale - Vocals, Guitar, and Tricks
To my mother Ruth Crider who gave me the love of song.
To too many friends to list. --I just hope they will listen and know I sing for them --and for the Great Spirit of
Engineering credit is due Buddy Ray who created the studio & co- produced the session, edited, mixed the tunes, and led CD production.
Renee Henry for photos & Mary Ann DiNella for cover portrait.
Studios : Anhinga Roost Music / Mirror Image / JamBudd Productions
01 ...It''s Raining today so I stayed in and waded my pools of paper with
pen --mostly I thought of words for a song --how water returns
and cycles along.. Words that give reason for drops from the
sky --water to moisten and dampen the dry ...DC
02 ...If the suns energy were a river the earth would be a rock in the
flow. Most of the energy just passes by; never to shine on our
rock as we fly ...DC
03 ...They came to the prairie searching for gold, demanding what did not
exist. When Chief Vitachuco explained there was none
DeSoto put irons on his wrists ...DG
04 ...Rye grass music and juice drinking is (instrumentally) picked by
the Henrys at the Anhinga Roost ...BH
05 ...He leaned back to rest. His eyes did not see. The big rattler
struck him above the bent knee. The lick was so hard that
a sprawling he fell --And that was the beginning of poor old
Tate''s Hell ...WM
06 ...Ancient Forest this awesome grove shares the past as a
07 ...Diversity of fashions let nature''s limits grow in the Conservation
Notion there''s an ecologic hope ...DC
08 ...Metallic blue rusting red , no my automobile ain''t dead she''s just
returned to wilderness ...she is going to biomass...
09 ...Wood from the photons of light --grown in the leaves of the trees
into guitar rhythm for you and me ...DC
10 ...It''s the Cycles in the Sand it''s the question of man, the call for
conservation in the Florida land use plan ...DC
11 ...Where the life of native spirits never die --the red wolf returned
to a predator roll --The Sacred Lands of North Caroline ...DC
12 ...In the quietness of Paynes Prairie falling dew turned misty rain
--impelled by the song of nature Danced the Florida Sandhill
13 ...He went down into the water to help to save a drowning man --and he
left this world holding out his hand. I remember Gamble
Rogers --he was a gentleman with a guitar ...SG & CQ
14 ...Saint Johns Saving Time, saving the river is singing in my mind.
Native Indians knew her as Welaka --''River of Lakes'' their
dugouts would ply ...DC
15 ...He had that swamp in his glory cabbage palm stories as wild as the
word could report, but at juke-in or funning he could dance
the most stunning Waltz of the Dirt Road Sport ...DC
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