Don't That Feel Good

by Dragondeer

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"“Don’t That Feel Good” intoxicates with reverbs that transport the listener to a funky, psychedelic bayou wonderland. The five songs overflow with a remarkable storyteller’s ability to draw a listener in, completely enraptured by the momentum of an energetic blues style."
- Telluride Daily Planet

"Nestled somewhere between the quicksilver psychedelia of the '60s and bone-thumpin' blues from Mississippi's yesteryear, these Colorado cats have crafted a sound that is equal parts cosmic and grooving" - Break Thru Radio

"This record has a great old-school feel!" - David Gans (Musician and 30 year host of the nationally syndicated radio show The Grateful Dead Hour and co-host of Sirius-XM's Grateful Dead Channel "Tales from the Golden Road")

"Modern-edged bluesmen a la Jack White and Black Keys, this Denver-based quartet aren't interested in retreading the past; they put their own psych-folk stamp on it. "Don't That Feel Good" is a folk-blues outing with cool percussion choices that sound like spoons, shells, and tin cans. A cover of "Messin' With the Kid" spreads some psych-rock wah-pedal sauce, gobs of lead-vocal reverb and a dizzying guitar solo for a song that'd suit a Guy Ritchie trailer. "Castaway," with its husky vocal, convincingly channels a midnight hobo-camp intimacy. An excellent addition to any festival right now, it'll be interesting to see how Dragondeer builds upon its alternative "shot 'n beer (with a hit o' acid)" vision." - Music Connection Magazine


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ERIC HALBORG
Vocals - Harmonica - Guitar
COLE RUDY
Mandolin - Lap Steel - Guitar
CARL SORENSEN
Drums - Percussion
CASEY SIDWELL
Bass

Engineered, Mixed and Produced by Eric Halborg
at the D&D Bunker
Denver, CO

Mastered by David Glasser
(The Grateful Dead, Pete Seeger, Third Man Records)
at Airshow Mastering
Boulder, CO

Drums on tracks 2,3,4,5 recorded and engineered by
Jeff Kanan and Nick Sullivan of Consonance Productions
at Silo Sound
Denver, CO

Additional production by
Cole Rudy, Carl Sorensen, and Casey Sidwell

John Grigsby plays bass on tracks 2,3,4,5

Ryan Suma plays electric guitar on track 1

So much love to our friends, families and our sweet home
COLORADO

Artwork by Ryder Robison
www.pantherattack.com

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released March 14, 2014

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"Dragondeer delve into some swampy blues and reverb-drenched psych folk. You don't want to miss Dragondeer's cosmic blues" - Westword

Dragondeer played the Nacarubi Music Festival 2013 in Big Sur, CA w/ The Entrance Band and psychedelic folk legend, Linda Perhacs. & shared stages w/ Futurebirds, Reggie Watts, J Roddy Walston, Gringo Star
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Track Name: Castaway
he castaway
castaway
castaway his life

out of control and barreling outta sight
he tried to stay
tried to stay
tried to stay alright
his soul was restless
it needed to fight

(ooooooh)
There goes the castaway

he’ll run away
run away
run away from here
farther than the eyes can see
further than the ears can hear

he’ll take away
take away
take away his love

she can never have it back
that which she’s so fond of

ohhhhh

there goes the castaway
this young man has cast himself away
you know he feels the pain
there goes the castaway
there goes the castaway

is there hope
is there hope
is there hope for him

can he turn it all around start over again
no one knows
no one knows
no one knows for sure

already laid down his cards
got up walked out the door

(ooooooh)
There goes the castaway

ohhhhh

there goes the castaway
this young man has cast himself away
you know he feels the pain
there goes the castaway
there goes the castaway
there goes the castaway
there goes the castaway
Track Name: Don't Go Down to the Tracks
incessant hum of murder ballads
rang constant in his head
a thunder crash of misfortune
he could barley get out of his bed
they say the remedy's a little lady
but he chose the bottle instead
he saw the writing on the wall
and this is what it said:

don't go down
don't go down to the tracks
don't you listen to the sound the trains make
you'll be gone, but you'll be dead

next town over, ain't no better
his liver took over his head
his heart ain't broken
it's just empty
empty like his bed
flash flood of grief taking over
he's drowning in regret
you can drink all the firewater that you want to
there's still a man that's dead

don't go down
don't go down to the tracks
don't you listen to the sound the trains make
you'll be gone, but you'll be dead

listen here my maties
cause you know this story to be true
you can duck out if you want to
but the devil gonna be right behind you

don't go down
don't go down to the tracks
don't you listen to the sound the trains make
you'll be gone, but you'll be dead