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The Bears of Blue River

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Location:Chicago, Illinois
Year(s):2007 - 2012
Categorized as:Alt-Rock, Folk / Acoustic, Pop, Americana, Rock
Members:Current Line Up:
Gavin Ellis Wilkinson, Justin Allen Spring, Margaret Alexandra Gard, Brian Michael Ives Swoveland
Website:facebook.com/thebearsofblueriver
Total Request:7515 (6013 downloads, 1502 plays)
Total Request:7515 (6013 downloads, 1502 plays)
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With support from: Arts Council and the City of IndianapolisIndiana Arts CommissionNational Endowment for the Arts

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837 requests

 2011,

Engineer: Tyler Watkins
Mastering: Jason Ward
Art: Shaina Hoffman

Performed by The Bears of Blue River and a few folks whom The Bears of Blue River want to get real sweet on
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released 11 October 2011
Thanks to lovely faces and lovely places this record came to be. Enjoy it and please, Share the Bear!

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    Boy Toy
     
     
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    Cry Baby
     
     
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    Celia Blue
     
     
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    The Wringer
     
     
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    On My Knees
     
     
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    The Joke
     
     
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    Feral Child
     
     
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    Good Spark
     
     
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    Blue Ribbon
     
     

 
 
66 requests

 2011,

The Bears of Blue River recorded, mixed, mastered this on July 1st with the help of Sean McConnell.
Released in the wee hours of the morning on July 2nd.
May appear as a B-side on a 7-inch in the near future.
If you enjoy what you hear, please, Share the Bear.

http://facebook.com/thebearsofblueriver

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    Yellow Belly
     
     

 
 
113 requests

 2010,

Full session available here: http://www.daytrotter.com/dt/the-bears-of-blue-river-concert/20031163-3738303.html

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    Cry Baby
     
     
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    The Wringer
     
     

 
 
366 requests

 2010,

Debut E.P. from 2010.

Engineer: Tyler Watkins

Producer: Richard Edwards

Recorded at Queensize in Indianapolis, Indiana

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    Crayola
     
     
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    Me, Me, Me
     
     
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    Tickled Pink
     
     
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    Betty Homemaker
     
     
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    Bubblegum
     
     
 
 
  • Awesome
    by Tony on Nov 23, 2011
  • new album sounds great guys!
    by Jeb on Nov 03, 2011
  • I LOVE them. I want to see them so badly, but the closest place they're playing is a 21 +bar/hotel :(
    by Crescent on Mar 09, 2010
  • Amazing, and even more amazing-er live.
    Great catchy sound and brilliant lyrics :)
    by Torri on Jan 24, 2010
  • The EP was recorded by Tyler Watkins at Queensize in Indianapolis. Richard Edwards came down as well and produced the record for us.

    I'm glad you like it, Jeb.
    Thanks for the kind words.
    by Gavin on Oct 10, 2009
  • loving this new stuff! where did you record it, I really like the recording and the songs. Gavin is coming into his own as a singer/songwriter. Nice work people
    by Jeb on Oct 09, 2009

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