Golden Hour

Still Here

saw you on the train
buttoning your coat
got an open book
edges painted gold
how you pass another page
always on your way
you haven’t changed

I’m still here I seen them all come and go
I’m still here I walked these streets as a young boy
I’m still here I drove these roads with my eyes closed
I’m still here I’ll watch you all come and go

we never lock our doors
never get away
we live a golden hour of a golden age
there are those who go
there are those who stay
you cannot have it both ways

I’m still here I seen them all come and go
I’m still here I walked these streets as a young boy
I’m still here I drove these roads with my eyes closed
I’m still here I’ll watch you all come and go

I’ve forgotten now what I came to talk about
I remember how every memory’s slippery now
stronger than skin and bone
time will distill you down
what are you made of
what are you made of
we will all find out
what you’re made of
what you’re made of

I’m still here I seen them all come and go
I’m still here I walked these streets as a young boy
I’m still here I drove these roads with my eyes closed
I’m still here I’ll watch you all come and go

1. Still Here
2. Shoot Trouble
3. Southern Man
4. Never Again
5. Thorn
6. Every Day
7. Do Not Stand At My Grave
8. Vermont
9. Go
10. Businessman
11. Sweet and Low

Released October 2, 2012

Caitlin Canty: acoustic guitar, vocals
Hans Holzen: electric guitar, lap steel, pedal steel, tenor guitar, organ
Sam Kapala: percussion, organ, bodhrán, piano, vocals, whistles
Harris Paseltiner: cello, acoustic guitar, vocals
Kyle Keggereis: upright bass, electric baritone guitar, organ
Sammy Baker: drums
Don Mitchell: vocals
Annie Lynch: vocals
David Senft: vocals

All songs written by Caitlin Canty © 2012, Silver Giblet Publishing (ASCAP), except
“Sweet and Low” written by Darlingside (S. Kapala-D. Mitchell-A. Mukharji-H. Paseltiner-D. Senft) © 2012 (ASCAP). “Do Not Stand At My Grave” lyrics by Mary Elizabeth Frye, music by Caitlin Canty. “Thorn” written by Caitlin Canty and Hans Holzen (ASCAP)

Produced by Caitlin Canty and Sam Kapala
Engineered and mixed by Sam Kapala at The 400 Room
Recorded at The Studio in Portland, Maine
Additional engineering by Steve Addabbo at Shelter Island Sound in NYC (vocals on tracks 4, 6) and by Caitlin Canty at Hans’ apartment in Brooklyn (guitars and steel on tracks 1,2,10,11)
Mastered by Roger Seibel at SAE MASTERING

Album Design by Caitlin Canty
Layout by Brian Neilson