Welcome To My Mid-Life Crisis - Bonnie Abrams

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Song List/Times

  • Pictures Of Yesterday 4:14
  • Same Sun 2:51
  • Aloha Oy 4:35 MP3
  • Tsores 3:27
  • Fitness Soldiers 3:22
  • House Of The Rising Sun 6:34
  • Iron Man 3:20
  • Changes In Life 2:50 MP3
  • The Tinman Said To Dorothy 4:24
  • Have You Investigated Jesus? 2:31
  • Ruby’s Knishes 3:51 MP3
  • Rainforest Crunch 2:54 MP3
  • Drinking Again 3:11
  • You Manatees 3:24

    Total Time 51:56

  • Bonnie Abrams - vocals and guitar Allen Hopkins - harmony vocals, banjo, concertina, Dobro, harmonica, mandocello, mandola, mandolin, string bass, 12-string guitar, ukulele Glenna Chance - violin Jonathan Feldman - Steinway Piano CD Cover Design by Galen Hager-Rich Produced by Bonnie Abrams and Allen Hopkins Recorded, engineered, mixed and mastered by Aaron Ripley at Dynamic Recording Studios, Rochester, NY dynrec.com All words & music © 2007 Bonnie Abrams I’d like to thank my family and friends for all the support they’ve given me throughout my mid-life crisis. I would also like to thank those of you who only know me through music (believe me, you will know me even better after you listen to this CD!) for asking, “Where are you performing next?” Thanks for eagerly awaiting and buying this CD. Finally, I’d like to thank everyone at Dynamic and the musicians who gave their time and musical voice to this project, especially my patient and multi-talented musical partner, Allen Hopkins, who has a few eloquent words of his own to add.... Bonnie Though Bonnie and I have been making music together for more than a quarter of our lives, this is our first real duet recording — though I’ve guested” on two of her solo efforts, and shared the stage hundreds of times, in our duo and also in our trio with Glenna Chance, Love And Knishes. Bonnie is an absolute joy to work with — a talented songwriter, a solid guitarist, and a warm stage presence, gifted with an exceptional voice, and always ready to lend her talents to a good cause or a good friend. Over our years together, I’ve seen many of the “changes in life” about which she writes: marriage, family, new house, new career, and dozens of new songs. When we decided to do this album, we wanted to include fuller arrangements than we can do in live performance, so I dragged a dozen or more cases out of my basement and into the studio, becoming a one-man bluegrass band, Hawaiian combo or blues trio as the music required. I hope you like the result. Despite Bonnie’s recurrent angst about her “midlife crisis,” we stay happy and harmonious, anticipating many more years of writing, playing and singing together — for, as Bonnie sang on her first album, “Old folkingers never die, no matter how much time goes by!” Allen

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