ten million years:
songs from the nineteen nineties
four tracks of acoustic black lab, plus eleven tracks of folk-rock
ambition -- trying to put everything down at once, bare bones, with
nothing to hide behind.
with paul baker on bass, hershel yatovitz on guitar, and jim kassis
on drums, paul durham tried to break new ground. in the end, he
left in search of a big wall of guitar.
this CD collects the mid-nineties recordings produced by acclaimed
jazz producer lee townsend. it's a riveting mix of folk and rock,
cut through with with shards of country and jazz, and reveals the
early impulses that led to black lab.
includes the original versions of "time ago," "dream
in color" and "walk slow" (from the director's cut
of your body above me).