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Feeling Dangerous
  • Artist: Cedar-N-Sage
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479107023
  • Item #: 1408284X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 8/20/2002
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Feeling Dangerous on CD

CEDAR -N- SAGE Melodic, moody, love & loneliness.. Cedar-N-Sage coined and captured the essence of 'Desert Rock'. A sound you 'FEEL' driving at night-- wind on your face--a 'fragrant' soundtrack of Past, Present, and Future. Cedar-N-Sage was formed by D'Lorah & T in the late 80's and with the help of Devin McBeth on drums and Jim Pulli on Bass recorded 'Feeling Dangerous', after performing a sold out show at the Roxy in LA. It is a collection of moody and melodic tunes they coined 'desert rock'. It is an album they are very proud of and set the bar for future music to come. Feeling the tug to go separate ways, D'Lorah and T found themselves in NW Arkansas and a new bass player Earl McCool. They have been writing together for the last 10 years and the new album 'Reflection Pool' will be released in 2009, really!! The Journey from 'Feeling Dangerous' to 'Reflection Pool' has seen the passing of parents & friends of the band and the rebirth of a conviction to the music. When they came to NW Arkansas, it turned out to be a time to live the life they were to write about. However, with the new jazz influences from Earl, they also re-covered two songs from 'Feeling Dangerous' that have taken on new feels and dimensions and a guest appearence of a special friend Bob Park. Being a 3 piece at this point, by no means keeps the sound small with the help of drum machines and keyboads and multi guitar tracks. It is just the beginning, for Cedar-N-Sage. Though, they may have taken the scenic road to sucess, it was well worth the time taken, to clear the way to rock the house for many years to come.