Cricket Tell the Weather

by Cricket Tell the Weather

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Debut album from NYC-CT indie string band Cricket Tell the Weather! Featuring eight original songs by Andrea Asprelli and Jason Borisoff.

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released April 1, 2014

Andrea Asprelli (fiddle, lead vocals, harmony vocals); Jason Borisoff (guitar, lead vocals, harmony vocals); Doug Goldstein (banjo, harmony vocals); Jeff Picker (bass tracks 3,6; harmony vocals); Hans Bilger (bass tracks 1,2,4,5,7,8,9; harmony vocals); Dan Tressler (mandolin, lead vocals track 3, harmony vocals). Produced by Wes Corbett. Pre-production by Bridget Kearney. Recorded by Mark Thayer at Signature Sounds Studio. Mixed by Dan Cardinal at Dimension Sound Studio in Boston, MA. Mastered by David Sinko. Artwork by Kevin Mercer.

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Cricket Tell the Weather New York, New York

Cricket Tell the Weather is an indie string band from the CT-NY area featuring bluegrass-inspired original music.

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Track Name: Who's that Knockin' at My Door?
Whose that knocking at my door, have I heard that knock before
Is it evil trying to get into my room
Who’s that tapping at my window, who's calling me to go
To a place that’s filled with dark and gloom

Oh this life that I’m living, it seems so unforgiving
I find trouble everywhere that I go
I always seek it first, just to quench my burning thirst
In waters that are cool as fallen snow

But the waters are oh so deep, what you sew you must reap
Now I hear a knocking at my door
It’s evil standing outside, there’s no place to run and hide
It plucks my soul and presses me to the floor

Oh I’ve been down that pathway, it always leads the wrong way
But this time I don’t think I’ll be back
Feels like a freight train pulling me, there’s a dark tunnel ahead I see
This train’s going down a one-way track