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Season 1


Label: YEP
Rel. Date: 04/18/2015
UPC: 634457243712

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1. Chatham County Line - "Tightrope of Love" (Teer House)
2. Aoife O'Donovan - "Oh, Mama" (Eno River Mill)
3. Dave Alvin - "California Bloodlines" (Mystery Brewing)
4. Robyn Hitchcock - "San Francisco Patrol" (Panciuto)
5. Eleni Mandell - "Maybe Yes" (Sawyer Building)
6. Jonah Tolchin - "Diamond Mind" (Austin, TX)
7. Mandolin Orange - "Little Worlds" (Uniquitiques)
8. The Autumn Defense - "This Thing That I've Found" (Eno Gallery)
9. Jim White Vs. the Packway Handle Band - "Not a Song" (Eno River Mill)
10. Jeff Austin - "Over and Over" (Eno Gallery)
11. Chuck Prophet - "Tell Me Anything (Turn to Gold)" (The Wooden Nickel)
12. Peggy Sue - "Idle" (The Barn)

More Info:

The Sawyer Sessions started simple enough: new town, new building, new vibe. When the Yep Roc Music Group moved to Hillsborough, North Carolina two years ago, they wanted to find a way to integrate themselves into the creative juices flowing just beneath the surface of this historic, southern town. Named after their nearly 100-year-old office building, The Sawyer Sessions are one part video series, one part mobile recording lab, one part way to introduce the music group to their neighbors. But instead of bringing by a pie, they bring a collection of artists with diverse backgrounds and styles - Grammy Award winners, noted international songwriters, all legendary performers. They drop them into to everyday life situations and record them at restaurants, galleries and private homes - the only rule is that it has to be within the roughly 4.3 square miles of their new hometown. This record documents the best of those first year of performances and serves as a "map" of Hillsborough, North Carolina. Limited Edition Record Store Day Exclusive with hand-drawn cover art.