Wooden Circle

by Mud Pie Sun

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"This is back-porch psychedelia like the last two Woods albums. It's strung-out folk. It's spare and sometimes despairing like Big Star's Sister Lovers...Maybe if this had been released on a private pressing in 1974 Light In The Attic would have picked it up...As it is, it's a pretty special artefact" Ben, Did Not Chart, London UK

“...a hazy acoustic outing with an intimate smoke layered on top of their back-porch psych and folk pop...There’s that rustic, sort of ethereal West Coast aura that probably doesn’t exist in real life, but gets conjured up when needed." Kevin McFadin, Sunrise Ocean Bender, Richmond VA USA

"…the songs combine lo-fi pop, psych, American folk, and off-kilter experimentation...Church of Bitter Souls is brilliant DIY psych-pop combining murmuring vocals and ultra-melodic instrumentation..." Kim Harten, Bliss Aquamarine, UK Midlands

Written, recorded and mixed at Franklin Street and Sprague Street on the trusty Porta Two 4-track (3,5,7,13,14), the iffy 488 8-track (2,4,6,8,9,10) and the occasional digital contraption (1,11,12).

Recording started in the summer of 2004 and ended in the summer of 2011, except for guitars on “Daily Drone” which were recorded at Church Street on the Porta Two in the winter of 1993.

Mastered by Carl Saff.

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released August 1, 2012

All songs written by Steven and Tom © 2012 Semipermeable Songs (ASCAP) except for “So You Say You Lost Your Baby” written by Harold Eugene Clark and published by Gene Clark Music (BMI).

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Mud Pie Sun Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"...an auto smash between a Morris Minor loaded with the solo recordings of Syd Barrett & a souped-up Dream Syndicate at their most experimental hot-rod." - Unhinged #9

Mud Pie Sun is Tom and Steven recording quiet and loud melodic pop-psych-folkrock-garage songs in their homes. Since 1989.
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