Hudson River

by Greg Jacquin

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1. The Station (Jacquin) Strings by Nick Attila. Greg Jacquin, guitar & vocals. Scott Fragala, bass. Peter Wilson, drums. Nick Attila, violin. Amy Selig, viola & cello. Paul Griffin, piano. Rich Berta, guitar & vocals. Greg Schettino, vocals. Lisa Dodakian, violin.
2. Floating (Berta, Jacquin) Greg Jacquin, guitar & vocals. Peter Wilson, drums. Paul Griffin, piano. Rich Berta, guitar & vocals. Lisa Dodakian, violin. Lalit Loomba, bass.
3. On the Moorings (Fischer, Jacquin) Strings by Nick Attila. Greg Jacquin, guitar & vocals. Peter Wilson, drums. Paul Griffin, piano. Rich Berta, vocals. Lalit Loomba, bass. Jim Keyes, vocals. Amy King, vocals. Nick Attila, violin. Amy Selig, viola, cello.
4. Scratches & Bridges (Jacquin) Greg Jacquin, guitar & vocals. Horns by Antony Gach, trumpet. Joe Natale, sax. Peter Wilson, drums. Rich Berta, guitar & vocals. Lalit Loomba, bass. Jim Keyes, vocals. Amy King, vocals.
5. Yesterdaze (Griffin, Jacquin) Greg Jacquin, guitar & vocals. Peter Wilson, drums. Paul Griffin, piano. Rich Berta, guitar & vocals. Lisa Dodakian, violin. Lalit Loomba, bass. Sherri Chung, vocals. Jim Keyes, vocals. Amy King, vocals.
6. Hopeless Entrance (Connors, Jacquin) Greg Connors, guitar & vocals. Greg Jacquin, guitar & vocals. Recorded by Scott Fragala at White Plains Studio. Mixed & mastered at AFA.*

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released February 9, 2018

Produced by Greg Schettino, Rich Berta & Greg Jacquin. Recorded mixed & mastered by Greg Schettino at AFA Recording studio, Cortlandt Manor, NY unless otherwise stated.*

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Greg Jacquin Tarrytown, New York

Greg Jacquin Is a singer songwriter living in the Hudson Valley. His music is gentle blend of indie folk & Americana with a healthy splash of indie rock.

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Track Name: The Station
The Station
I’ll meet you at the station.
I’ll bring a change of clothes.
I’ve been in such a fog lately
and I don’t think anybody knows.
I’ve been running around in circles.
I’ve been losing my mind.
You won’t recognize me maybe
you won’t throw me a line.
Are we... falling?
I forgot what I was saying.
I forgot where I was going, again.
I didn’t mean for things to get so out of hand.
I didn’t mean to lose my way.
And now I’m picking up the pieces.
Some of the things that I misplaced
Starting again from the beginning.
Oh, how I’ve missed this place.
Are we... falling?
I'll meet you at the station.
I’ll bring a change of clothes.
I’ve been in such a fog lately
and I don’t think anybody knows.
Track Name: Floating
Floating
I see my old friends all the time
Some don't even remember my name
It's not like I gave them a choice
While I was floating away from here
Sometimes I feel like my body is gonna shut down.
I drive on the backroads all day on my way back to town.
Driving in circles all day doesn’t help. I’m still floating.
I passed by your house yesterday
On the way to my grandfather's grave
The neighborhood really has changed
So why do I feel just the same as I did back then?
Sometimes I feel like my body is gonna shut down.
I drive on the backroads all day on my way back to town.
From the eagle to Rockwood
And then back to the high school in town.
Driving in circles all day doesn’t help. I’m still floating.
Track Name: On The Moorings
On The Moorings
Some days there is chop
Rough currents that pull
With or against the wind
Or wind from the north
You were never any good for me
Though I loved you anyway
Even when you brought me to my knees
I still loved you just the same
One day it’s too rough to swim
When the cumulous picks up gale
Stand barefoot on the moorings
And read the river surface
You will come to know the river
As you know as house
As you know a body
A medium to move through
When you are ready, wade in - Expect a jolt,
a shutter - when your body immerses
When you transpose
From land to water creature, Which you once were.
Which you once were. Which you once were.
And a strong north pulling tide
Keep your head down
Swim through the waves
Not against them
You were never any good for me
Though I loved you anyway
Even when you brought me to my knees
I still loved you just the same
Track Name: Scratches & Bridges
Scratches & Bridges
There's really so much more
than bridges between us
Scratches on my back
that make me who I am
Remind me where I've been
and who I left behind
It's bringing me to tears
That I can’t get back all the years
I blame it on myself
And it defines me as a man

Cause I got scratches on my back.
And I got bridges to cross.
And they remind me where I’m at.
And I got bridges to cross.


I'm running out of lies
Chasing down my demons
Smoking myself silly
Tearing it all down
Spinning around in circles
Always on my mind
I'm trying to remember
This long & winding road
Screaming bloody murder
No one hear my cries
I got some scratches on my back.
And I got bridges to cross.
And they remind me where I’m at.
And I got bridges to cross.
So many scars I can’t keep track.
And I got bridges to cross.
I got some scratches on my back.
And I got bridges to cross.
Track Name: Yesterdaze
Yesterdaze
Stare out the window
And look at the river all day
Tracing my footsteps
And trying to find my way
Why can't I shake this feeling
Why can't I quite remember
That day in September
That changed my life forever
All my yesterdaze
They seem so far away
I need a time machine
To get back home to you
But then I remember
time machines aren't real
Stand on the shoreline
And watch as the clouds roll by
I’m drunk and defeated
Pretending that everything's OK
I'm lying to myself
And I'm lying to my friends all the time
But you can't blame me for trying
Like you blame me for everything else
Chorus
Track Name: Hopeless Entrance
Hopeless Entrance
Maybe I was out of line
Hope you don’t block my number
baby I could use a sign
Trying to live this life this way
In this world
With the world the way it is
please excuse my lack of
concentration I promise
I'll do better next time
Don't erase my number
I'll call you back tomorrow
If i can remember
Could you just not?
Sometimes i just don’t
My broken device
My past and present just won’t
Get out of my vice
I’m going down the hill
Order some drinks with ice
Maybe even pay the bill
If i can remember
Try to make some sense
I need a vacation from
The hopeless entrance
I spent the day in bed
Saw the news on Facebook
And it says “The world is gonna end”
My friend shared that sentence
I think I need a vacation from
The hopeless entrance
Chorus
Track Name: The Station (String Mix)
The Station
I’ll meet you at the station.
I’ll bring a change of clothes.
I’ve been in such a fog lately
and I don’t think anybody knows.
I’ve been running around in circles.
I’ve been losing my mind.
You won’t recognize me maybe
you won’t throw me a line.
Are we... falling?
I forgot what I was saying.
I forgot where I was going, again.
I didn’t mean for things to get so out of hand.
I didn’t mean to lose my way.
And now I’m picking up the pieces.
Some of the things that I misplaced
Starting again from the beginning.
Oh, how I’ve missed this place.
Are we... falling?
I'll meet you at the station.
I’ll bring a change of clothes.
I’ve been in such a fog lately
and I don’t think anybody knows.
Track Name: Floating (Radio Edit)
Floating
I see my old friends all the time
Some don't even remember my name
It's not like I gave them a choice
While I was floating away from here
Sometimes I feel like my body is gonna shut down.
I drive on the backroads all day on my way back to town.
Driving in circles all day doesn’t help. I’m still floating.
I passed by your house yesterday
On the way to my grandfather's grave
The neighborhood really has changed
So why do I feel just the same as I did back then?
Sometimes I feel like my body is gonna shut down.
I drive on the backroads all day on my way back to town.
From the eagle to Rockwood
And then back to the high school in town.
Driving in circles all day doesn’t help. I’m still floating.

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