And Flows into the Sea

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All Music Guide - Kenyon Hopkin
Even with a full band to accompany him, Denison Witmer retains an intimate atmosphere. That may be because he wrote all but one song on And Flows into the Sea, making this more like another solo effort than a true collaboration. Nonetheless, friends and producers add guitars, keyboards, percussion, and vocals, fleshing out Witmer's journal-like portraits of life. Much of his lyrical content focuses on the expected former relationship "Are You Lonely?" is undeniably a letter to his missed loved one, but he's also undecided "Hold me in, let me go/I don't know which way to turn," he sings in "Chestnut Street". Aside from those personal moments, Witmer does what he set out to...
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All Music Guide - Kenyon Hopkin
Even with a full band to accompany him, Denison Witmer retains an intimate atmosphere. That may be because he wrote all but one song on And Flows into the Sea, making this more like another solo effort than a true collaboration. Nonetheless, friends and producers add guitars, keyboards, percussion, and vocals, fleshing out Witmer's journal-like portraits of life. Much of his lyrical content focuses on the expected former relationship "Are You Lonely?" is undeniably a letter to his missed loved one, but he's also undecided "Hold me in, let me go/I don't know which way to turn," he sings in "Chestnut Street". Aside from those personal moments, Witmer does what he set out to do: writing songs that can be openly interpreted. The best example comes with the closing "You Could Be Anything," which leaves listeners with a positive message and a full-band effort, pointing to the next possible direction for Witmer, and possibly The River Bends.
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  • Release Date: 5/18/2004
  • Label: Tooth & Nail Records
  • UPC: 724354181429
  • Catalog Number: 41814

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The River Bends Primary Artist
Mike Brenner Lap Steel Guitar
Denison Witmer Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Steven Yutzy-Burkey Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocal Harmony
Scott French Drums, Electric Guitar, Keyboards
Alec Meltzer Percussion, Drums
Krista Yutzy Burkey Background Vocals
Lauren Ingalls Background Vocals
Technical Credits
John Baker Mastering
Jay Sorrentino Engineer
Denison Witmer Arranger, Composer, Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
Edan Cohen Engineer
Steven Yutzy-Burkey Arranger, Composer, Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
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