Once upon a time a few years ago, Moe played the Edmonton Folk Festival as just a man and his guitar, and it went very well. This helped plant a bug in his head about writing and recording songs that didn't really fit in the TPOH aural template.
So he rounded up the songs like that he already had and came up with some more (his most autobiographical songs to date) by scratching away stream-of-consciousness in his journal while sitting in various cafes and coffee shops in Toronto.
Then he holed himself up in a studio with some guitars, a kooky old keyboard and the occasional appearance by Joel Anderson on drums, and came out with this odd duck called Summer's Over, which was then released in November of 1997 to the bemusement and eventual delight of many.
- fanfare (instrumental)
- white boy blues
- pray for heaven*
- she's so shallow*
- here's the story*
- angelique is a free spirit*
- introducing the solution (instrumental)
- drunk again
- how will i find you in heaven*
- bates milk bar
- butterknife dull*
- why god why*
- temporary girl
- vodka (unlisted bonus track)
Tracks with an asterisk * are also available in live form on mp3 on xdrive. To learn how to get them, see the archive section of the Audio page.
Download Summer's Over now from MapleMusic!
We're proud to announce that
Summer's Over is now available for purchase as MP3 downloads from our
on and Reviews of Summer's Over
(Click the arrow. Features are also found on the Features page.)
Audio / Biography / Updates / Pursuit Pals / Sex & Food
Features / Album Reviews / Live Reviews / Home