At The Waters Edge

by Daniel Crommie

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    This long out of print album (originally released on cassette in 1993) is available in digital form for the first time and includes three bonus tracks plus PDF files with the cover art, original reviews and complete individual track information. Remastered by Jamie Haggerty in 2016.

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    The original 1993 release packaged with a color j-card including lyrics and credits. Chrome cassette is encoded with Dolby B. EACH CASSETTE ORDER COMES WITH A FREE BONUS "MYSTERY" CASSETTE!

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"At The Waters Edge resembles his work with Group Du Jour, pop/rock songs with various ethnic influences, but this time without guitar (he uses the electric dulcimer to provide a harder-edged counterpart to the synthesizer). His strong voice is accompanied by the angelic harmony of Janie Mitchell, who is credited with “heavenly voices.” The pace is slowed down when compared with the usual Group Du Jour fare and the lyrics resemble flowing tone poems, but always present is his Tull-like flute."

-James Morman / Dirty Linen

"Of the bonus tracks, "Pop Quiz" is the real winner, a fun instrumental that's all Crommie and chock full of wonderful flute melodies and upbeat rhythms.
Overall, At the Waters Edge is a fun mix of many styles, and shows that Crommie and his friends were putting together some impressive sounds back in 1993. If you didn't check this one out the first time, now's as good a time as any to investigate."

Pete Pardo / Sea of Tranquility

credits

released November 30, 2012

Daniel Crommie: vocal, electric dulcimers, flute, synthesizers, drum program, radio.
Janie Mitchell: heavenly voices.
Michael Maldonado: tenor & soprano saxophones.
Bruce Gelman: bongos & stick on "Dream of the Lake Dwellers"
Jean-George Poulot: Didgeridou on "Dream of the Lake Dwellers"

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Daniel Crommie Portland, Oregon

Daniel Crommie is a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist (mandolins, buche, balalaika, recorders, flutes, synthesizers, etc.) and producer (Janie Mitchell, Kaitlyn ni Donovan, Lew Jones, Karen Searcy) who has released over two dozen solo albums, numerous albums with Group Du Jour, four with Echo System and five with Saturnalia Trio over the last 25 years on the New Weave label. ... more

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