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Savak - Beg Your Pardon
Beg Your Pardon
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Ernest Jenning)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
SAVAK is Sohrab Habibion, Michael Jaworski & Matt Schulz

With help from James Canty, Giovanni Fiderio, Alexis Fleisig, Michael Hampton, Darko Kujundzic, Jed Marshall, Anthony Roman, Geoff Sanoff, Greg Simpson, Josh Sinton, Matthew Taylor, Benjamin Van Dyke & Greg Vegas

Recorded & produced by SAVAK
Mixed by Mikey Young, Geoff Sanoff, Ed Ackerson & Matthew Barnhart
Mastered by Joe Lambert

Drawings by Céline Gauthier & Chloé Chaumat
Lion logo by Rick Froberg

Photograph by Alexis Fleisig
Hand-set typography by Davin Kuntze at Woodside Press
Layout & design by Habibion
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Title Tracks - Long Dream
Title Tracks
Long Dream
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Ernest Jenning)
21,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Title Tracks’ new album, Long Dream is its third, all of which have been released by The Ernest Jenning Record Co. Title Tracks’ first two albums, It Was Easy (2010) and In Blank (2011), came in quick succession and were followed with significant touring through the United States and Europe, including shows with the likes of Ted Leo, Pretty and Nice, Tommy Keene, The Paul Collins Beat, and many others. The five year gap between In Blank and Long Dream was due to a variety of life changes that emerged for different band members (babies, a new drummer, new careers, other bands), all of which find their way into the words and atmosphere of Long Dream. Finding time between parenting duties, graduate school classes, and a new career as a Performing Arts archivist at the University of Maryland, Davis wrote the 10 songs on Long Dream during late hours alone at the band’s practice space. Whether it’s the hurtling sprint of “I Don’t Need To Know,” the arpeggiated atmospherics of “Empty Heavens,” or the urgent power pop of “Low Cool,” nearly every song on the album refers to dreams in their many forms—lucid, feverish, aspirational, broken, or realized. Borne out of a brief period of major changes (and sleep deprivation), it became an unintentional concept album.
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