Gallery

1. Mandolin Dreams (Morris) (2.51)

Jimmy Lee Morris - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Bass

Tim Kent - Octave Guitar

Javier Forero - Cajon, Percussion

Inspired by an ad on Ebay for an old Mandolin that I was looking at buying. The mandolin was well travelled and it’s description conjured up magical images of busking round the world. But it made me wonder how it would fare in the hands of someone who didn't like going to far from home…


2. 5 O’Clock in the Morning (Morris) (4.03)

Jimmy Lee Morris - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin

Endless early morning starts, re-imagined in a surreal and lyrical style


3. Take Me Home (Morris) (3.52)

Jimmy Lee Morris - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Bass, Tambourine

Tim Kent - Octave Guitar

Javier Forero - Cajon, Percussion

My take on an 18th century sea shanty tale of a press ganged lad taken off to sea and his longing to return to his sweet heart back home in England


4. Gallery (Morris) (2.54)

Jimmy Lee Morris - Vocals, Guitar

Simon Scardanelli - Glockenspiel

Song about the disenchantment in the endless struggle to get up and play your music to increasingly self absorbed audiences


5. Stargazing (Morris) (2.42) 

Jimmy Lee Morris - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Bass

Tim Kent - Octave Guitar

Javier Forero - Cajon, Percussion

One summer, myself and TK, who plays on the track, were playing late nights on an island off the west coast of Denmark. After each gig we would sit on the balcony of our digs and drink a beer and gaze at the stars. It was here we encountered the "bar fighting" and it was TK who got bitten by the dog!


6. You and Me (Clinging to a Song) (Morris) (3.21)

Jimmy Lee Morris - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Bass

Tim Kent - Octave Guitar

Simon Scardanelli - Glockenspiel

Javier Forero - Cajon, Percussion

It's about putting all your hopes in selling a song and making a go of what your good at against all the odds


7. Not Looking Back (Morris) (4.07) 

Jimmy Lee Morris - Vocals, Guitar

You can't always hang on to the things in life you've always known so you have to make up your mind to move forward and find fresh adventures


8. End of the Road (’69 Campervan) (Morris) (3.22)

Jimmy Lee Morris - Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Bass

Javier Forero - Drums, Percussion

Since writing “Campervan Song”, my rose tinted ode to our first VW Campervan we had a couple more. After 6 years with “Alfred” our last 1969 Camper we fell out of love after a series of unfortunate events and expenses. Nothing lasts forever so this song wraps up that VeeDub chapter in our life. Maybe…