Eggtones Blues

Listen At

  1. 21st Century Blues (feat Bill McKibben, Mike Savina, and Jordan Hamilton)
  2. As Above, So Below
  3. Common Sense
  4. Be Humbled, Be Angry (feat Dominic Davis)
  5. Eggtones Blues (feat Joe Dart, Julian Allen, Dede Alder and Sarna Salzman)
  6. Line 5 Blues
  7. Intermission (gratitude)
  8. Scale Back Blues (feat Peter Madcat Ruth)
  9. Gorno’s Waltz (feat Samantha Cooper and Ian Gorman)
  10. Eggtones Blues: 2 Cups of Love (feat Max Lockwood, Dan Rickabus and Levi Taylor)
  11. Transition (Featuring Lillie Wolff and Nathan Moore)

Produced by Seth Bernard, Ian Gorman and Dan Rickabus

All songs written by Samuel Seth Bernard, copyright 2017

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Ian Gorman at La Luna, Kalamazoo, MI Assistant engineers: Joel Pixley-FInk and Barret Eminhizer #4 and #8 basic tracks recorded to 1” 16 track tape by Benjamin Lau and Andy Catlin at Double Phelix, Kalamazoo, MI

Cover Art “Drawing Strength from the Heart of the Universe” by Gregory Stovetop Graphic Design/Layout by Bill Chesney

Seth Bernard – preachin’, singing, electric, acoustic, baritone, 12 string and lap steel guitars, mandolin, casio and yamaha keyboards, fender rhodes, rhythm king, samples, texting
Dede Alder – vibraphone, percussion
Julian Allen – drums
Samantha Cooper – violin
Joe Dart – bass
Dominic Davis – bass
Rachael Davis – hammond organ, banjo
May Erlewine – fender rhodes, piano
Ian Gorman – upright bass, banjo, mandolin, keyboards
Jordan Hamilton – cello
Joshua Holcomb – viola
Max Lockwood – bass
Bill McKibben – spoken word
Dan Rickabus – drums, vocals, percussion, drum machines
Peter Madcat Ruth – harmonica
Mike Savina – electric guitar
Sarna Salzman – spoken word
Mike Shimmin – percussion
Levi Taylor – piano
Lillie Wolff – spoken word
A Kalamazoo People’s Choir – Matthew Borr, Nathan Dannison, Megan Dooley, Judy Kay, Beth Keller, Joshua Keller, Brian Koenigsknecht, Carrie McFerrin, Nathan Moore, Tony Roth, Joyce Walker

“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.”