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Something Special EP

by Deborah Crooks

India Street 02:26
Room 223 03:45


The three songs on Something Special reflect Crooks' California roots and peregrinations. "India Street is loosely inspired by being lost in San Diego but is really a  meditation on various expressions of faith; "Room 223" is a classic he-done-me-wrong narrative, set in a 50s vintage Travelodge; while "Something Special" recounts an early fascination with the legend of Bigfoot, in the song in which finds a metaphor for transcendence in the storied beast.
As she did with Little Bird, and the collaborative KCDC project Your Own Reaction (2014) the project was recorded with drummer Mike Stevens at his Lost Monkey Studio, in Hayward, CA, along with guitarist Kwame Copeland and bassist Andrew Gibson.


released September 1, 2015

Deborah Crooks: vocals; Kwame Copeland: guitars, backing vocals; Andrew Gibson: bass; Mike Stevens: drums

Recorded, engineered and mixed by Mike Stevens at Lost Monkey Studios (Hayward, CA) and K2 Studio, Alameda, CA. Mastered by Ben Bernstein, Oakland CA

Art by Rebecca Stees

All songs ©2015 Deborah Crooks/Bird in the Tree (ASCAP) All Rights Reserved


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Deborah Crooks Alameda, California

"Deborah Crooks makes the case for a return to the roots of rock"- Consequence of Sound
California-based songwriter Deborah Crooks' music draws on folk, rock, and the Blues. Her diverse, ever-evolving artistic path has included studying writing and poetics at The Naropa Institute, voice in India, co-founding the band Bay Station, and gigging throughout the Western US. ... more


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