Muddy Roots

by The Buddhahood



Muddy Roots - (CD studio release)
The Buddhahood
2006 release
c2006 B.O.L Studios
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released January 1, 2006

with gratitude:
the buddhaood would like to thank all their
friends, family and fans for their patience, sacrifice,
love & support. special thanks to nick, kurt, jenny,
doug, peet, frank boehm, damien, evan stuckless,
Jorge ‘alabe’ bezerra, Panyard, Inc. Akron, OH
& tom flint for their contributions.

album credits:
produced by: the buddhahood
engineered & recorded by:
doug nielson, underground sound
the buddhahood

mixed & mastered by:
doug nielson, underground sound

sketches provided by the buddhahood

photography, artwork & design:
tomas flint –

hitchcock Buddha logo: charles beuchel

the buddhahood is:
tony cavagnaro – electric guitar; vocals
rick whitney – bass guitar; vocals
paul Hansen – percussion
john payton – drums
drew bellavia – tenor sax; vocals
gabriel costanzo – trumpet; vocals
Courtney balles – alto sax; flute; vocals
dave ferreira – steel drums; bari sax; percussion

with special guests:
peet mugnolo – percussion; vocals
kevin burke – vocals on dirt sleep

all songs written by tony cavagnaro except
‘shady side of the hill’ written by rick whitney

muddy roots poem written by
rick whitney

all material copyright 2006 – the buddhahood
recorded at B.O.L. studios

01 dirt sleep
02 worry tune
03 kaya
04 no mind
05 listen
06 purify my mind
07 care
08 when are we gonna go?
09 all our own
10 parachute ride
11 shady side
12 big fish
13 on my way home



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The Buddhahood Rochester, New York

music, life, dancing! aaaah!
-Jim Schwarz - Keyboards, Tuba

-Gabe Costanzo - Trumpet

-Courtney Balles - Alto sax, Flute, Vocals

-Rick Whitney - Bass, Pointy Shaker Thing, Vocals

-Nate Coffey- Guitar, Vocals

-Pete Mugnolo- Drums, Percussion, Vocals

-Capt. David Weinberg - Stick/Hand Percussion, Frottoir

-Paul Mastriani- Stick Percussion
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Track Name: Dirt Sleep
I’m looking forward to my dirt sleep
But I’m not ready yet
I still haven’t built my castle
Or even put up a shed
And I’ve got more to say
And I’ll repeat it again,
I’m looking forward to my dirt sleep
But for now, I’ll just go to bed
And when I wake up tomorrow
All happy and refreshed
It’ll probably be noontime, till I
Think about getting dressed
And I’ll head out into the world with a
Smile on my lips,
A little sneer in my eyes,
I’ll get to work soon
And I’ll try to be on time
When it’s my time to go
I won’t fight out that door
‘Cause once I’m in my dirt sleep
I’ll have trouble no more