This Old Place

by The Deltaz

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The Deltaz second studio album. The first half of the album was recorded at Mulholland Recording, Los Angeles CA - The second half of the album was recorded live at The Old Place in Agoura Hills, CA.

credits

released June 29, 2013

The Deltaz are:
Ted Siegel - Vocals, Guitar
John Siegel - Vocals, Djembe, Harmonica

Recorded at Mulholland Studios
Mixed and Engineered: The Deltaz
Studio Producer: The Deltaz

Live Recordings at The Old Place - Cornell, CA
Live Recording Engineer : Tristan Dolce
Assistant Live Recording Engineer: Stephen Coler
Live Producer: Greg Monterrosa & The Deltaz

Mastering Engineer: Rob Beaton
Album Photography: Julie Siegel
Original Deltaz Logo: Daniel Chavira

Special Thanks:
Daniel Chavira, Morgan Runyon,
Tim Skogstrom, Greg Monterrosa,
Jessica Kaplan, Steven Peltzer,
Uncle Andy, Mom and Dad,
all the staff at The Old Place,
The Old Place live recording audience

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Copyright 2013 Mulholland Siegel Publishing

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Track Name: This Old Place
You can spend a lifetime searching to belong
From California to Texas and Tennessee and still get it wrong
But I was lucky I didn’t have this trouble
Cause I found heaven right here in my backyard
Though the building stood long before I took my first breath
I’d like to tell ‘bout a place I’ve come to know
_

Tucked away in the mountains where I spent my youngest days
You can see the tin roof and the Oly sign
Benches packed with waiting patrons
Movie stars and Malibu matrons
Local mountain folks and foreign blokes
A Sight to see
Pulling closer to the front porch you can feel it in the air
Open fire never tire all day long
_

This old place where the music’s always playin’
This old place where the best seats at the bar
This old place where the world is put on pause
This old place where I feel I belong
_

Now the night is getting going
Moving along and never slowing
Bumping arms with waiters and waitresses alike
Moving with the rhythm of the oncoming course
Johnny Cash to digest with force
I feel like a pinball in a busy arcade
_
This old place where the music’s always playin’
This old place where the best seats at the bar
This old place where the world is put on pause
This old place where I feel I belong
_
This old place where the music’s always playin’
This old place where the best seats at the bar
This old place where the world is put on pause
This old place where I feel I belong

This old place where the music’s always playin’
This old place where the best seats at the bar
This old place where the world is put on pause
This old place where I feel I belong
This old place where I feel I belong
This old place where I feel I belong
Track Name: My Canyon In The Dark
I can see the rocks in the middle of your road
I can see signs pointing to nowhere
When did we begin to fall apart
When did we begin to let it start
_
There’s a drought between my eyes
I feel like swimming today
My canyon in the dark
In the dark
_
I know all of your curves
You with me on my way back home
When did I begin this isolation
Where will this lead
_
There’s a drought between my eyes
I feel like swimming today
My canyon in the dark
In the dark
_
I will never forget you
In my heart and in the soles of my shoes
When did I begin to love you so
When did I set foot on you
_
There’s a drought between my eyes
I feel like swimming today
My canyon in the dark
In the dark
Track Name: Goodbye Nowhere
Goodbye worry, goodbye doubt
Thats not the way I see the road ahead
Goodbye nowhere, goodbye footsteps
I’m breaking free, I’m on my own
_
Before I could stand and walk
I had a voice that’d always put me down
I grew up tall but stayed small in my mind
I didn’t have the strength to sit up straight and tall
Every step with apprehension
I couldn’t relieve this tension
But today I’ve got something new to sing
_
Goodbye worry, goodbye doubt
Thats not the way I see the road ahead
Goodbye nowhere, goodbye footsteps
I’m breaking free, I’m on my own
_
It’s so easy to lie when you can’t see
The path that you burn behind you
You can’t tell just which way you’re going to
When you refuse to get where you belong
Being me just like I shoulda’
No other way if I coulda
Time shows no shortcuts only truth
_
Goodbye worry, goodbye doubt
Thats not the way I see the road ahead
Goodbye nowhere, goodbye footsteps
I’m breaking free, I’m on my own
_
You can’t stop me
I can only stop myself
You can’t make me
I can only make myself
You can’t teach me
I can only teach myself
But in time
Yes in time I’ll learn to say
_
Goodbye worry, goodbye doubt
Thats not the way I see the road ahead
Goodbye nowhere, goodbye footsteps
I’m breaking free, I’m on my own
Track Name: The White Corral
Between the shades of wild
And the city’s hideaway
He drives his old car
Deep into the mountain roads
_

No phones or directions
Just picture in his mind
When he sees it
He’ll know exactly what to say
_

I get lost
We all get lost
Between the asphalt
And the white corral
_

He can hold her in his arms
But he can’t put his mind to sleep
He knows that’s not all his arms are made for
And his doors are meant for turning
He wants to chase the clouds
But he doesn’t want to be alone
_

I get lost
We all get lost
Between the asphalt
And the white corral
Track Name: This Old Place (Live)
You can spend a lifetime searching to belong
From California to Texas and Tennessee and still get it wrong
But I was lucky I didn’t have this trouble
Cause I found heaven right here in my backyard
Though the building stood long before I took my first breath
I’d like to tell ‘bout a place I’ve come to know
_

Tucked away in the mountains where I spent my youngest days
You can see the tin roof and the Oly sign
Benches packed with waiting patrons
Movie stars and Malibu matrons
Local mountain folks and foreign blokes
A Sight to see
Pulling closer to the front porch you can feel it in the air
Open fire never tire all day long
_

This old place where the music’s always playin’
This old place where the best seats at the bar
This old place where the world is put on pause
This old place where I feel I belong
_

Now the night is getting going
Moving along and never slowing
Bumping arms with waiters and waitresses alike
Moving with the rhythm of the oncoming course
Johnny Cash to digest with force
I feel like a pinball in a busy arcade
_
This old place where the music’s always playin’
This old place where the best seats at the bar
This old place where the world is put on pause
This old place where I feel I belong
_
This old place where the music’s always playin’
This old place where the best seats at the bar
This old place where the world is put on pause
This old place where I feel I belong

This old place where the music’s always playin’
This old place where the best seats at the bar
This old place where the world is put on pause
This old place where I feel I belong
This old place where I feel I belong
This old place where I feel I belong