When Night Falls: The Chapel of Ease

Julien Poulsen (Composer), Charlie Owen (Composer), Tracy Redhead (Composer), Matt Moler (Performer)

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Having worked together on the fantastic album from the green mist (rolling stone editor's hot list jan 08), julien poulson, charlie owen and tracy redhead are again making great music, this time as The Chapel of Ease. 'when nights falls' was recorded in the springtime of tasmania, in a place where mountain streams and cascading rivulets swirl down from the island's central plateau, etching the landscape and forming the beginning of the mighty derwent river. The recording location aka st georges chapel of ease, is itself unique; quaint hansel & gretel architecture and peculiar local history - one eccentric former owner is even buried in the hills behind, standing straight upright in his grave so he may still look-out over his land! Performed and recorded live over four days the coe used mostly acoustic instruments including dobro, banjo, nylon, 6 and 12 string guitars, wurlitzer piano, hammond organ and the occasional electric guitar. A 150-year-old goldentone harmonium was even spotted and purchased while enroute to the chapel and has become a highlight of the recording
Original languageEnglish
PublisherMushroom Music Publishing
Publication statusPublished - 2008


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