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The High Above And The Down Below


As folk albums should be Cliff Eberhardt's latest CD, The High Above And The Down Below, is very personal with 12 original songs that brings out the underlying blues and jazz influence of Cliff's strong vocals, guitar playing, and melodies. His lyrical style lets you in on what's important to Cliff and you realize they are stories important to you too. Recorded virtually live in the studio producer Eric Peltoniemi gathered jazz musicians Rich Dworsky, piano, B3, Rhodes, Gordy Johnson basses and J.T. Bates drums to collaborate with Cliff and the engineers to make uncluttered, straight ahead music. - Slip

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