The Incubators CD Review
Sonoma County, CA. ~ Petal- uma-based band, The Incuba- tors recently released their sec- ond CD, this one is entitled, “The Gar- den”. Co-founded by Katie Freeman and Chris Chappell, The Incubators’
er-songwriter team weave
harmonies with lyr- ical melodies. The delightful five track EP takes the lis- tener on a musical journey…a glimmer of Grateful meets
Mac can be detected in the transition between the songs, A Place for Us and Get the Feelin’. “A Place For Us” takes the listener on a cosmic
kids to listen for the various outer space lyrics.
“Get the Feelin’” makes you
trip through the galaxy from the perspective of our humble planet, earth. A good one for
want to get up and dance or to think about dancing, if you happen to be in your car while enjoying
“Rivertown”, a tribute to Petaluma, an up- tempo number with a memorable hook, starts out with an unmistak- able grittiness by the in- struments that give folks a few seconds to get up and dance to this groovy song. “Out in the Wild” features
singing, “San Francisco Bay, calling us back to stay…” a catchy upbeat tune with stellar guitar work. “Roses” the final
cut on the EP, brings the cre- scendo of the more danceable tunes, to the pace of an old- fashioned slow dance…one can imagine couples lovingly gazing into one another’s eyes while swaying to the heartfelt
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The liner notes, include the musicians
to this CD, read like a who’s who of talent. The exceptional musicianship by everyone on this EP is evident. Contempo- rary music with a nod to the great era of yesteryear, The Garden incorporates elements of Americana, Country-Rock, Folky-Jazz with a twist.
Recorded on the Liquid City Records label, The Garden is available online or for an ac- tual CD, reach out to the band at TheIncubators.ne
t. Spoiler Alert: special lyric in River- town, “a river flowing back- wards to the middle of our city” and a very catchy chorus you’ll have to hear for your- self. Or watch the video of the band having fun during the re- cording session of Rivertown at Prairie Sun in Cotati.
spade, the longer bladed and slightly rounded Irish digging spade and the wider bladed garden spade have an array of purposes.
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steel, which translates into superior strength. The hollow back design is much weaker and cheaper to produce. This is a five or six step process compared to the multitude of steps required to forge the solid steel implement. Don’t let the tool you choose be a headache and give you a back- ache as well!
According to most experts the spading fork is made for loosening the dirt.
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possibly more comfortable versions of these spades too, which might be more suitable for your gardening projects. They are lighter as well, which is an important factor to con- sider. The more gardening you do, the more perfectly plea- surable you want your forks, spades and shovels to be! You want a tool that is comfortable and versatile to use for those passionate hours on end. Consider aluminum hand trowels and cultivating forks. These tough little hand tools will be around for a long time and are a joy to use, never rust-
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Weird Facts & Trivia - 6
Roman Historian Pliny the Elder rated 121 B.C. as a vintage “of the highest excellence.” This was the first known reference to a specific wine vintage.
400 different oak species are available to source wood for wine barrels.
The world’s tallest-growing tree is the coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens), which grows along the Pacific Coast of the United States, mainly in California. Interestingly enough, it’s not the world’s oldest-grow- ing tree; that award goes to a bristlecone pine.
Bamboo is the fastest-grow- ing woody plant in the world; it can grow 35 inches in a single day.
Tomato juice is the official state beverage of Ohio, hon- oring the part A. W. Living- ston of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, played in popularizing the tomato in the late 1800s.
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aid our communities in meet- ing water use efficiency re- quirements in the future. For more information
Partnership, QWEL, or avail- able water conservation rebate programs, please visit www. savingwaterpartnership.org
or contact Carrie Pollard at Car- rie.Pollard@scwa.ca.gov
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