NPR 34 Shane de Leon "Plasticity"

by North Pole Records

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released June 9, 2017

Songs written, recorded, and produced by Shane de Leon at Animal People in Vancouver, WA with Andy Brown and Jeanne Kennedy Crosby.

Mastered by Andy Brown at Alchemy Lab, Portland, OR

This is North Pole Record Number 34

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Track Name: Plasticity
While we were sleeping
North Carolina dreaming
The clock radio, a cooler, and a knife
Keep it on, I wanna do it

Put your arms around my shoulders
Move in on closer
You know it's warmer over here
I know, it's been a long time now
Colder than that one week in Moscow
Living on good looks, good luck, and good friends
So keep it on, We wanna do it

The Treasure State
Plasticity

We could be deep in it again
Curled up at a quarter past ten
The books, our dog, your cat, and this ring
So keep it on, You wanna do it
Come on baby, let's reconstrue it

The Treasure State
Plasticity
Track Name: Hoot
Drove out to Troutdale and got stuck in the mud
A pack of smokers exhaled and laughed
There's a tractor at the end of the night and we're stuck too

Music was going and the party had started
The pedal steel was bending space and time
I leaned against the wall and fell into the sound of a country band

Connor was standing near the rough hewn bar wearing black western wear and a turquoise and silver belt buckle.
His long dark hair rolling over his shoulders and that acid drenched smile.

I noticed the curly haired teen who'd earlier been picking clean timid guitar lines but who was now confidently playing drums, while the current lead man, possibly his father, was coaching him through the changes.

We chatted and smoked by the fire in the rain and some cowboy kids went running by. Angela commented, "Someone should throw a coat upon that one before she dies."

We came back in and out upon the dance floor
That kid got picked up in her Dad's arms
And her pregnant Mother sandwiched her in between.

Connor was standing near the rough hewn bar wearing black western wear and a turquoise and silver belt buckle.
His long dark hair rolling over his shoulders and that acid drenched smile.