Eggtones 4 Directions

Listen At

  1. Open You
  2. The Past is a Mother (feat. Van Lente)
  3. Entropy (feat. Lama Karma and Brennan Andes)
  4. Touchstone (feat. Seth Braun)
  5. New Year Spiritual
  6. Behind the Curtain (feat. Van Lente)
  7. The Hatching (feat. Will See)
  8. Intermission
  9. Fun Times (feat. Kevin Morris, Iris Betsy Bernard and Paul Bennett)
  10. Walt & Woody (feat. Mark Lavengood and Daniel Kahn)
  11. Eggtones 4 Directions (feat. Mike Savina, Jordan Hamilton and Saxsquatch)
  12. Remember
  13. Behind the Waterfall
  14. The Last Page of the Book

Produced by Seth Bernard and Ian Gorman
Engineered and mixed by Ian Gorman
Mastered by Glenn Brown

Samuel Seth Bernard: vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitars, keyboards, drum machines
Dede Alder: vibraphone Julian Allen: drums (The Past is a Mother, Touchstone)
Brennan Andes: electric and upright bass, Phin
Paul Bennett: spoken word (Fun Time)
Iris Betsy Bernard: spoken word (Fun Times)
Seth Braun: spoken word (Touchstone)
Joe Dart: electric bass (The Past is a Mother, Touchstone)
Lama Karma Drodhul: spoken word (Entropy)
Jordan Hamilton: cello
Daniel Kahn: accordion, Fender Rhodes
Mark Lavengood: dobro, lap steel, vocals (Walt and Woody)
Kevin Morris: spoken word (Fun Times)
Wayne Ramocan: drums, drum machines
Dan Rickabus: keyboard, drum machine (Walt and Woody)
Mike Savina: electric guitar, drum machine
Will See: spoken word (The Hatching)
Jarad “Saxsquatch” Selner: saxophones
Van Lente: vocals

All songs written by Samuel Seth Bernard, Earthwork Music, BMI

Design by Brad Kik

“Eggtones 4 Directions is the musical and conceptual culmination of the “Eggtones” series and it is filled to the brim with beauty, vulnerability, heart and soul. It represents the full spectrum of Bernard’s world as a recording artist, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter. The poetry, the hooks, the production and the conversation between collaborators come together to create Seth’s most mature and brilliant album so far. There’s never been anything like it and at the same time it feels classic and familiar, more rewarding with each listen. Get into it.”

-Dan Lauterbur, Free Range Archaeologist

“This music not only swings, rocks, and grooves–it matters. It’s the voice of a real community, with a sound and a message the world needs to hear.”

“The argument for the most influential human in the Michigan music uprising of the past decade may begin and end with one Seth Bernard.”

“Paradigm-shifting and culture healing music as resourcing for next-level human stewards of planet earth.”