Good Again

by Jody Blackwell

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released August 17, 2018

Jody Blackwell, acoustic and electric guitar, vocals
David Steffanelli, drums
David Buda, bass
Peter Stoltzman, keyboards
Hiroaki Honshuku, flute
Steve Langone, percussion
Paul Kochansky, bass
Steve Mayone, electric guitar
Mathew Dorko, classical guitar
Rob Ignazio, electric guitar
Jonas Kahn, electric guitar

Produced by Rob Ignazio and Jody Blackwell
Engineered by Rob Ignazio, Porter Square Recording, Cambridge, MA
Mastered by Dave Locke, JP Masters, Seattle, WA
Copyright 2014 Jody Blackwell, Sweet Amnesia Music (ASCAP)

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Jody Blackwell Boston, Massachusetts

Born into a musical family in South Carolina, Jody began her career playing her jazz-inflected songs in the subways and coffeehouses around Cambridge, MA, recording her first solo EP Volcano in 1996. Branching into pop, jazz and blues over the years, her fifth and latest album, Wilderness, is a groove filled R&B-inspired collection of tunes exploring the jungle of human connections in the city. ... more

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Track Name: Rescue
Rescue

Days of waiting
under wind-starved sails
Her heart had taken to rationing
All that remained of a hope
now capsized
Time was as still as a moonless tide

Sometimes in the breeze would blow
another heart without oars
with a wanderer’s eye
and a pirate’s remorse
and for a while they’d hold
an uneasy course

But she’d grown accustomed to
the quiet nights
No room for reeling in a heartache
Two souls steering through a starless sky
does not a rescue make

Now and again
she’d have visions of light
goading her on toward some promise land
but sometimes drifting is it’s own relief
keeping her distance from invisible reefs

But she’d grown accustomed to
the quiet nights
No room for reeling in a heartache
Two souls steering through a starless sky
does not a rescue make

(c) (p) Jody Blackwell, Sweet Amnesia Music (ASCAP)