How to Sleep in a Stormy Boat

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Amy Speace's path to songwriting may not have been a straight line, but like many journeys, has been better for the winding way. Born in Baltimore, Amy grew up the oldest of 4, moving homes and states every few years, learning early about comings and goings, and finding solace in music very early. After graduating from Amherst College, she moved to Manhattan to study acting, toured with The National Shakespeare Company for a few years until a bad breakup and a $50 pawn shop guitar sparked a late-blooming songwriting burst. An appearance at an open mic led to a regular gig at The Bitter End, which led to an independent release of her first songs and in 2005, a chance encounter with Judy Collins' manager changed her ...
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Amy Speace's path to songwriting may not have been a straight line, but like many journeys, has been better for the winding way. Born in Baltimore, Amy grew up the oldest of 4, moving homes and states every few years, learning early about comings and goings, and finding solace in music very early. After graduating from Amherst College, she moved to Manhattan to study acting, toured with The National Shakespeare Company for a few years until a bad breakup and a $50 pawn shop guitar sparked a late-blooming songwriting burst. An appearance at an open mic led to a regular gig at The Bitter End, which led to an independent release of her first songs and in 2005, a chance encounter with Judy Collins' manager changed her life. Judy Collins signed Amy to her own Wildflower Records label in 2006, releasing Songs For Bright Street to critical raves both in the States and in the UK.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/16/2013
  • Label: Wind Bone Records
  • UPC: 859709604664
  • Catalog Number: 4664
  • Sales rank: 44,573

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Amy Speace Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Neilson Hubbard Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Piano, Vibes
David Henry Cello
Mary Gauthier Background Vocals
Ben Sollee Cello
Eamon McLoughlin Violin, Viola
Kris Donegan Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar
Thomm Jutz Acoustic Guitar
Jill Andrews Background Vocals
Michael Rinne Upright Bass
John Fullbright Vocals
Evan Hutchings Percussion, Drums
Dan Mitchell Organ, Piano, Trumpet
Technical Credits
Jim DeMain Mastering
Dave Marsh Liner Notes
Neilson Hubbard Composer, Producer
Sally Barris Composer
Anthony DaCosta Composer
Mary Gauthier Composer
Amy Speace Composer
Robby Hecht Composer
John Fullbright Duet
Duy Huynh Paintings, Cover Painting
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