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7​/​29 (Winston Jazz Routine Cover)

by Holden Days & Lofty Stills

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Ben Reaves Two of my favorite people covering a song I didn't know existed in a way truly their own.
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Last year (2018), Luke (Lofty Stills) came down a few days before my birthday and we recorded this cover of one of our favourite songs by our pal Nathan Phillips (Big Bend, The Winston Jazz Routine). We naturally sat on it for exactly a year, and now here it is as a reverse birthday gift from me to you! hope you enjoy and find the beautiful place that we both do in this song.



is it okay for a yankee boy to
a southern girl,
who drank sweet tea
and lives nine hours away?
but she's worth it
you should know i can't even breathe right
i can't breathe right
you should know it doesn't even seem right
or feel right
when you're not here

your brown dress
the moonlight on your eyes
that shined at mine
i could've died


released July 29, 2019
Luke Culbertson: vocals, piano, celtic harp, slide guitar
Timothy Andrews: vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, bass, drums, percussion

Originally written by Nathan Phillips and The Winston Jazz Routine (2005)

Performed by Lofty Stills and Holden Days
Mixed by Holden Days
Mastered by Lofty Stills
Album Artwork by A.G. Eyestone


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The occasionally collaborative dream-folk project of Timothy Jude Andrews of Southern California, who is carefully amassing castles of songs as if to fill every page of the world's journals and storybooks.

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