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Bucks & Honey


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"Foolish Things" EP July 2003 (Self Released)


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Conceived in the fall of 2003, Bucks & Honey began creating songs about the foolish things that people say and do with the sole intention of capturing in song, the irony and beauty of life's journey.

At work in the splendor of the majestic Yukon Territory with nature's beauty as inspiration, the group began writing songs that would encompass numerous styles and moods and ultimately, creating a c.d. that could be enjoyed by a wide range of music listeners.

Right from the very first song Cinnamon Stick, the listener is quickly drawn in with it's clever lyrics and catchy guitar hooks combined with straight ahead Everly Brother's style of harmonies.

Dale takes the reigns with the swing tune Right in My Pocket laying out the rules of what needs to be done and who is going to be doing it. Her years of singing, dancing, and acting as the leading lady of the Frantic Follies has nurtured a dynamic musical presence throughout the c.d.

The Foolish Things title track has an elevated melody and carefully crafted harmonies which capture your attention to the ebb and flow of the lyrics. All three of the vocalists share the sonic palette as this song summarizes the sense of coming to terms with life, love, and the past. Written in the local coffee shop on the back of a napkin in the wee hours of the morning, all who truly heed the lyrics will identify with this all too familiar story of life. A great choice for the C.D. title!

Songs range from the humorous and plausible rock and roll lyrics of Cheque This Out, to a chronicle description of the tragic events leading to the demise of nearly 400 passengers on the ill fated Princess Sophia steam ship as it plied the frigid Alaskan waters in the early 1900's.

The listener is ultimately treated to a flowing acoustic guitar/flute duet as the c.d. unfolds to the final piece "Yukon River". A true diversity of this c.d. that can hardly be appreciated on the first run through and must be allowed to slip in quietly and overtake you many times over.

Bucks & Honey's debut C.D. Foolish Things was produced in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory by Dan Halen and co-produced by Laurie Malo at Rainbow Studio. Musicians featured are, Bruce Bergman, Roly Mitton, Andrea McColeman, Roger Gillies, Debbie Peters, Jimmy Salt, Marc Paradis, Graeme Peters, and Rebekah Bell.