Whosoever Shall Lean on Me, I Will Hide — The interiorized Rousseauian self decides this mightbe good as a first song for an album. The other selves disagree (of course), but can’t really argue
with it. And then Jesus comes. Recorded by Shahzad Ismaily.
Come and Going — A very slowly opening morning. Michael Hart-Vanhouten played the bass
and the beautiful drum track.
Ray's Cave — He is the superintendent of a lower east side building. He wears cowboy shirts
and boots. From his kitchen, he is digging a tunnel underneath Manhattan. Includes a sample of
Marlene Dietrich singing “Lili Marlene”.
Real — Performance, ringworms, kisses and alcohol mingled into something ephemeral that still
manages to make my heart sick.
Murder in the Stove — Regret as goofy as you can get, yet still regret.
Room — In the alchemy of grieving, glyphs and symbols can help keep track of what you’re mix-
ing together. Just be sure to hide your notebooks from the authorities. Shahzad Ismaily: key-
boards, percussion, engineering and production.
All songs written, performed and recorded by Kristofer Widholm, with additional help wherenoted in the description. Photo courtesy of Philippa Kaye.
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