Water from a Broken Dam

by Col. Pike & the Expedition

Released 2018
Released 2018
A truly compelling take Americana album - tight harmonies, blazing guitar, and sweet, sweet melodies. "Jones' voice is like a blend of Tom Waits, Mark Everett and Jeff Tweedy." - That dude from Dayton.
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The album displays the band's love for acoustic instruments and captures an intimacy rarely found in the recording industry today. The gnarly grit of Jones' vocals, the low thump and rumble of Perna's bass and McTavitt's drums, the buzz of Gainty's fingers sliding across bronze wound strings – it all melts together into a sonic bloom that brings the listener directly into the recording studio for an unprecedented first-hand listening experience.

Water From A Broken Dam - three years in the making, the band spent countless hours in the Tone & Tenor studios writing, recording and producing the songs that made it onto their debut album. When asked about the album title, songwriter, Matt Jones, states, "Have you ever seen water rushing from a broken dam? It's an awesome ... unstoppable force. That's what it felt like…and truth be told, it was a hell of a lot of fun."

It's On Me © & ℗ 2017 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.
Won't Be Moved © & ℗ 2016 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.
Fumes and Conviction © & ℗ 2018 Matthew Jones and Christopher Gainty All Rights Reserved.
Trace © & ℗ 2015 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.
Leaving the City © & ℗ 2018 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.
Endless Blue © & ℗ 2015 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.
Let Em Walk © & ℗ 2018 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.
Chain Dam Road © & ℗ 2015 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.
Mountains © & ℗ 2018 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.
Raising Cain © & ℗ 2018 Matthew Jones All Rights Reserved.

Aaron Perna: Bass; Christopher Gainty: Acoustic Guitar; Geoffrey "Bull Dog" McTavitt: Drums; Madeline Jones: Vocals; Matthew Jones: Vocals, Guitars, Mandolin, Bass and Drums.

Thanks to Dianna, Dylan, Madeline, Bill, Carol, Tori, and all of the very special folks at Tone & Tenor Music. Thanks also to Rick Falco and Doug Moore.