When it came time to record a CD, the logical location was Scot's living room, where the duo jams and rehearses. There they could record together--in live performance--with no overdubs or extra tracks. The goal was to capture some of the excitement of their live music and a bit of the flavor of the room itself.
 
For "Live From The Living Room" MB and Scot each contribute songwriting duties, lead and harmony vocals and acoustic guitars. Scot adds harmonica parts to three tracks. The self-production aesthetic carries through to guitars that Scot built (Scot Oliver Guitars) and artwork and CD design that MB provided (MB Whitaker Arts).
When it came time to record a CD, the logical location was Scot's living room, where the duo jams and rehearses. There they could record together--in live performance--with no overdubs or extra tracks. The goal was to capture some of the excitement of their live music and a bit of the flavor of the room itself.
 
For "Live From The Living Room" MB and Scot each contribute songwriting duties, lead and harmony vocals and acoustic guitars. Scot adds harmonica parts to three tracks. The self-production aesthetic carries through to guitars that Scot built (Scot Oliver Guitars) and artwork and CD design that MB provided (MB Whitaker Arts).
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Format: CD
Label: CD BABY
Rel. Date: 06/01/2021
UPC: 755491202661

Live From The Living Room (Cdrp)
Artist: Whitaker & Oliver
Format: CD
New: IN STOCK AT OUR STORE $9.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Dreamin' 'Bout You
2. Going Back To Georgia
3. Indigo Sky
4. Before Morning Comes
5. La Vie En Rose
6. Forever Is A Long Time
7. Standing At My Door
8. Kiss Me
9. Timing Is Everything
10. Phoenix
11. The Mainest Thing
12. I Am Not Thinking Of You
13. It's Not The Song, It's The Repetition
14. Sail Away

More Info:

When it came time to record a CD, the logical location was Scot's living room, where the duo jams and rehearses. There they could record together--in live performance--with no overdubs or extra tracks. The goal was to capture some of the excitement of their live music and a bit of the flavor of the room itself.
 
For "Live From The Living Room" MB and Scot each contribute songwriting duties, lead and harmony vocals and acoustic guitars. Scot adds harmonica parts to three tracks. The self-production aesthetic carries through to guitars that Scot built (Scot Oliver Guitars) and artwork and CD design that MB provided (MB Whitaker Arts).