The Tree and The River

by Odd Us

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    "The Tree and The River" Book and Cd is a hard bound collection of 20 illustrated pages that tell the story of the tree that fell in love with the river. The inside cover of the book features a pocket which contains a wax sealed envelope that houses the CD of Odd Us's "The Tree and The River ". The envelopes are wax sealed by the artist. A limited run of 1500 books have been printed. Each book is individually numbered.

    Includes immediate download of 7-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app.
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    The T-Shirt Features an illustration of the Pope riding an elephant. Available in sizes S - XXL. Colors vary (NO GUARANTEE on what you get)
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about

The Tree and The River is a collection of songs that delves into heartache, religion, and politics.

credits

released 15 August 2013

The Tree and The River - Odd Us

Produced By Tony Berg
Recorded By Shawn Everett
Mixed By Lionel Darienne
Mastered By Shawn Everett

"Save Me" was produced, recorded and mixed by Joel Shearer
"Soil" was produced, recorded and mixed by Eric Peterson

All songs written by Aras Baskauskas

Aras - Guitar, Lead Vocals
Adrienne Woods - Cello
Chris Woods - Violin
Joel Shearer - Guitar, Bass
Blake Mills - Guitar, Bass
Peter Lalish - Guitar
Eric Peterson - Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keys
Tony Berg - Bass
Amy Kuney - Vocals
Z Berg - Vocals
Charlie Winston - Vocals
Parker Ainsworth - Vocals
Cary Berg - Vocals
Quinn - Drums

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Odd Us Los Angeles, California

Most men spend all their lives fishing, never realizing its not fish they're after.

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