Steve Robinson & Ed Woltil

Beyond The Ditchflowers

1. Seize the Day (Prelude)

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2. Love Somebody

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3. Wake Up Dreamin'

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4. Elastic Man

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5. Godspeed

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6. Little Regrets

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7. Wintersleeping

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8. The Boy From Down the Hill

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9. Who You Are

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10. Hello Hello (We're Back Again)

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11. Liberty Daze

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12. Butterflies

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12. Seize the Day

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CYCLE

Steve Robinson is a British ex-pat lost in America…Ed Woltil is a Florida boy who has always felt that England was his true musical homeland. Both stubborn believers in the old-fashioned concept of the record album, they teamed up with the quaint aim of marrying a disparate collection of song styles that somehow sit nicely together when heard in sequence from beginning to end — and 2015’s Cycle was the result.
Guest contributors on Cycle include musical luminaries Dave Gregory of XTC, renowned Tampa Bay area guitarist and producer Steve Connelly, ace session bassist Andy Irvine, and the incomparable Dave Mattacks, legendary member of Fairport Convention whose drumming skills have also graced recordings by Richard Thompson, XTC, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Elton John, to name-drop just a few.

What the critics said:

“A gloriously synergistic merging of talents…rich in ideas and instrumentation.—No Depression

“Pure sophisticated pop marked by superior songwriting.” —Blurt magazine

“Perfectly produced, brilliantly played, intelligent, thoughtful pop music. Among the best songs either musician has ever recorded…full of rich, harmonious pop music that will still sound as fresh in forty years as it does today.” —Pennyblack Music