Marian Call Sings the Classics, vol. I

by Marian Call

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Marian Call covers some of her very favorite songs, at the request of her Kickstarter backers (www.kickstarter.com/projects/mariancall/marian-call-european-adventure-quest). Huge thanks to the Adventure Quest crew for making this happen!

This is the first of two installments of cover songs. Full credits for each song will be posted here very shortly!

If you are a Kickstarter backer or Donors' Circle member already, check your messages for access to your complimentary copy!

credits

released 28 July 2014

Thanks to my Kickstarter Backers who demanded that these songs be sung!

Marian Call performed and edited and mixed and mastered this stuff, with help from:

Scott Barkan, guitar and vocals (4, 7, 9)
Seth Boyer, guitar and vocals (5)
Paul Pew, piano (3)
Laura Zahasky, mandolin (2)
Lumpia: PJ, Max, and Paul Peralta (1)
Nick Petumenos, guitar (6)
Eric Rodgers, mandolin (6)
Ken Sease, recording engineer (5)
Lucy Peckham, recording engineer (6, 8)
Betsy Sims, recording engineer/generous lender of studio space (2, 3, 7)

All the rest was engineered/edited/performed by Marian Call, and badly mixed and mastered by her too.

Album art photo by Virginia Grace Kari, gracevirginia.com, used by permission.

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Marian Call Alaska

Marian Call loves making music for you. She hails from Alaska but can often be found touring North America and Europe at the speed of sound. Her songs are quirky, geeky, eclectic acoustic confections that taste like vanilla-cinnamon-chipotle something. She sounds a little like Joni Mitchell meets They Might Be Giants meets Regina Spektor. ... more

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Track Name: Yakko's Universe
Note: there is a lyric edit at the end of the song ("You might think that you're essential -- but try inconsequential") that is not in the cartoon or on the album; these lyrics are cited in a number of sources as being in the original script. And I liked them better. "It's a big universe and it's ours" is a sentiment I can't really get behind. At least not in the ownership sense.