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from Glorietta EP by Oak Creek

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Oak Creek Band's 4th work and first Vinyl, this is a 12" EP that entitled "Glorietta." The EP is made up of two distinct sides; The RED Side and The BLUE Side.

    The RED Side features 3 Rock n' Roll songs played by the 9 piece Oak Creek band including keys, percussion and a three piece horn section in addition to the core band. Inspired by the production of Bob Marley's "Catch a Fire," the original tracks were recorded in a one day session at The Sanctuary in Nashville, TN where the band also performed and recorded later again that night with a live audience. The original sessions were taken to the Watters house where over dubs were recorded in the downstairs recording studio, the "Zen Den."

    The BLUE Side features three acoustic duets sung by the Watters. It's a throwback to the days before the band was officially formed and Daniel and Jenna where singing Simon and Garfunkel in coffee shops. Recorded downstairs in the "Zen Den," the whole recording process was done entirely by Oak Creek.

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Days go by,
We’re busy all the while
Over and over and over, we fall apart

Eyes that cry
Can’t see the changing tides
Over and over the waves wash away the time

The world keeps turning circles still the same
And all is always bound to change

Life flies by
Through memories and miles
Come and we go, fast and slow
In and out on our own

Winds they rise
A storm engulfs the night
Weathered and worn from
Another day gone awry


from Glorietta EP, released January 21, 2015


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Oak Creek Nashville, Tennessee

Originally from Arizona but in Denver since 2009, The Oak Creek Band may be releasing its “debut” but it’s hardly a new project. The band compares themselves to ’70s soft rock bands, but truth be told, they’re more modern than they think. Simultaneously indie and folky, with poppy choruses, the band nails a very fun album, even in its most tear-provoking elements
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