Transfiguration Day EP

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1.
Mary Pratt 05:25
Wind in the trees Screen door sway Should I go, or should I? Tell me bout the things you lack I change my mind I change it back. I live in the moment between looking and turning away. Saw you walking with the evening star A firefly in your hair Snipe was calling night season's song All nature was inclined But not for long. I live in the moment between looking and turning away. Pawn you my gold watch and chain Nocturnes for old country songs Wish I'd forget that sweet caress, Wish I loved her a little more, or a little less. I live in the moment between looking and turning away.
2.
Peter and Anna drove on through the night Heading for Upper Canada, hope things turn out right The year was nineteen-ninety-four, prospects they were few The morning star was shining, the early light it grew Like some frail, migratory bird, Blown here by the storm, They'd fallen through the cracks in love, Found each other warm, Found each other warm. Peter turned to Anna, with a child in her womb Said "I'll rent you a grand piano, put some flowers round your room" Said she, "It's all been done before, I have my old guitar, And I will sing my child to sleep, when you are gone and far." Like some frail, migratory bird, Blown here by the storm, They'd fallen through the cracks in love, Found each other warm, Found each other warm. The swallow finds herself an house, foxes have their dens The traveler has the wilderness, as do our two young friends Anna sleeps as on they roll, toward Hamilton's foul fume As their love is woven on God's celestial loom Like some frail, migratory bird, Blown here by the storm, They'd fallen through the cracks in love, Found each other warm, Found each other warm.

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released March 31, 2017

Thomas McCallum: Vocals, guitar
Karis Tees: Vocals
Lydia Mainville: Cello
Recorded by Deigo Medina at The Old Confidence Lodge, Riverport, NS
Mastered by Reuben Ghose at Mojito Mastering, Toronto, ON
Design: Sam Landry
All songs written by Thomas McCallum
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Transfiguration Day Six Mile Brook, Nova Scotia

A trio comprised of singer-songwriter Thomas McCallum, vocalist Karis Tees, and cellist Lydia Mainville.

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