75OL-318 Jodie Treloar Sampson – I thought I was dead, but I was really alive. Digital Download
- Water 04:24
- Jesus 03:51
- Fits and Starts 04:14
- Civil War 04:14
- Cotton Candy Girl 04:36
- Pangea 03:58
This album was born of confusion, illness, and healing. It was written and created during a very difficult time, though when listening to it, I feel nothing but pride, gratitude and love…especially for all that contributed to its creation. There are so many people to thank for the realization of this record. The amazing musicians that both performed and contributed creatively to its creation – Stephen Demers, Eric Sampson, Tom Chase, Kraig Jordan, Rachel Blumberg and Scott Janovitz.
Drums Recorded By Steve Rizzo at Stable Sounds – Portsmouth, RI
Recorded and mixed by Kraig Jordan at Plan of a Boy – Providence, RI. Produced by Jodie and Kraig • Fits and Starts produced by Jodie, Kraig and Tom
An enormous thank you to everyone who contributed to funding this record…your contribution is more than appreciated and I love you!
Jodie Treloar Sampson is a Massachusetts/Rhode Island based singer/song writer. Her writing/performance style lends itself to indie folk with indie rock and alt country leanings. When it comes to her vocal style, her range in both genre and physical ability spans rock, soul, pop, and folk. In addition to creating original music, Sampson Treloar also works as a voice over singer/actor.
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