Eric LichterCalifornia
Folk/Acoustic Rock/AmericanaHyperLink
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song created                                

Wednesday, May 17, 2006 9:28:30 PM
song updated                               

Wednesday, May 17, 2006 9:54:53 PM
stations playing this song              
new n coo
Lala's Place #2
KROD RADIO Songs for a Sunday morning
FRESH EARWAX
Rivergods Radio
CONNECT i CUTS
IAC Songchain..
The SOUND Cafe
Beneath The Shining Moon
Soul Over Sheen
Crooners (For Fiona)
HUGH'S NEWS
Diane's Place
Vegetation Station
IndieMusicPeople

 















Recorded at my Dirt Floor Studios, i used a bunch of old instruments to record this record,and it shows..You can hear the dog bark,the wind blow,and the tempo speed up and slow....

Eric Lichter-
Acoustic/electric guitar
ARP String Ensemble
Hammond C3 organ
Mini Moog
Moog Bass
Drums
Wurlitzer 200 electric piano
all vocals

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Song Comments

Lala's Place #2
Very nice Tunage!


KROD RADIO Songs for a Sunday morning
Eric is not only a great writer/performer he is also my producer and a good friend as well. He gets it.


CONNECT i CUTS
It's always nice to see a homeboy do well. Eric was recommended by both Hugh and Mike.. high praises indeed. A great song and performance. His bio brings us all back home to Chester, where we grew up too.


IAC Songchain..
"Eric Lichter California..Very nice 60s flavoured Americana with sweet chord changes and woozy sun-blasted vibe suitable to its title.Reminds me of something LOvin' Spoonful or Paul McCartney might've done..I can actually hear a little Hugh Hamilton here too in both vocal style and slide...Maybe Erich's influences reach to IAC artists too?..Sweet track anyways:)"................Steve Ison.......................................................................................Quick comment re: Eric Lichter - I "met" Eric online and he had previously recorded "California" - I was blown away, he's truly fab and a devoted artist who is now running his own studio (Dirt Floor Studios) - anyway...I can't claim any influence on Eric whatsoever, his musical genius must be a combo of natural and the "classic rock" and "folk rock" vibe is clear (though somehow, Saints PRESERVE us, he adores KISS! LOL!!). As you know, I think, Steve, I ran off to Eric's place just as I was starting up at IAC and spent a night at his place, recording most of "Glen Hill" on day 1 and "Oh, Leigh" as a spontaneous jam on day 2...Eric's brilliant......................Hugh Hamilton


Soul Over Sheen
Eric is truly a "musician's musician" and I wish he had the time and inclination to participate in this online community. But he has taken a step which I both envy and fear, that of the commercial studio owner...he does an amazing job of bringing his own musical vision to life when he has the time and opportunity, and is earning his living by helping folks who don't quite have his all-around skills to bring their own visions to fruition. I'm glad for their sake that he's able to do that, but I sincerely look forward to the day when folks realize that Eric's talents are sufficient that he should have the opportunity to work solely on his own art, which is the epitome of SOUL OVER SHEEN.


Crooners (For Fiona)
Eric est aussi un chanteur magnifique...


HUGH'S NEWS
Speaks for itself.


The SOUND Cafe
one of my favorite songs by Eric.


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