The Maybe Forest

by Three Blind Wolves

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'This record started off as a bet between two friends.. We were drinking in the pub on a saturday night and my friend Matty (Matt Roberts- who Recorded/ Produced the album) put it to me that i couldn't record an album in a day, which in my drunken state told him was nonsense. Of course I could record an album in a day, not only that I'll have bunch of friends playing on it. Now the challenge was set for the tuesday following. So, i had to go about writing eight songs in two days With the help of a massive hangover, a bottle of Jamiesons and serious sense of impending doom i managed to get seven songs written and one cover. On the morning of the recording i woke on my couch with my guitar on top of me, the bottle now empty. I went to meet Matty in Maryhill at my friends bedroom and began recording song after song, The rest of the Wolves came and joined me over the course of the day as well as a bunch of friends who lived in the area. All in all we had members of Three Blind Wolves, John Knox Sex Club, Admiral Fallow, Seventeenth Century, Mr Kil, Tommy Reilly and Matty and his flat mate Gary who drank quitely in the corner despite us using his room as a studio for the day. Have a listen its honest and raw, perfect way to spend a day off.'- Ross Clark

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released 31 October 2011
'The Maybe Forest'- All Songs written and arranged by Ross Clark (Three Blind Wolves). Except Track 8. (Written by Hank Williams Snr)

1. Emily Rose- Ross Clark- words, lead vocals, acoustic guitar. Mandolin Backing vocals (Kevin MacKay, Fearghas Lyon, David Cleary)- Three Blind Wolves, Louis Abbott (Admiral Fallow)
2. House of Wind- Ross Clark- words, lead vocals, acoustic guitar. Keys- Andy Cowan (Mr Kil / Grim Northern Social). Backing Vocals- Mark Farmer (Seventeenth Century)
3. Blush on Razor- Ross Clark- words, lead vocals, acoustic guitar, Violin and Backing Vocals Mark Farmer (Seventeenth Century)
4. Pocket Full of Gravy- Ross Clark- words, lead vocals, acoustic guitar. Backing Vocals Louis Abbot (Admiral Fallow). Elec Guitar David Cleary (Three Blind Wolves)
5. Daughter of God- Ross Clark- words, lead vocals, acoustic guitar, noises. Bass Guitar - David Cleary (Three Blind Wolves)
6. In Here Somewhere- Ross Clark- words, lead vocals, acoustic guitar. Backing vocals (Kevin MacKay, Fearghas Lyon, David Cleary)- Three Blind Wolves and Tommy Reilly, Mandolin- David Cleary (Three Blind Wolves)
7. The Maybe Forest- Ross Clark- words, lead vocals, acoustic guitar. Backing vocals (Kevin MacKay, Fearghas Lyon, David Cleary)- Three Blind Wolves Elec Guitar, Backing Vocals Rory Anderson (John Knox Sex Club)
8. California Zephyr (Written by Hank Williams Snr) - Ross Clark- lead vocals, acoustic guitar Percussion - Fearghas Lyon (Three Blind Wolves)

Recorded and mixed by Matt Roberts.

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Three Blind Wolves Glasgow, UK

Here stand Three Blind Wolves. The band have sold out venues across Scotland with their wild stage presence, transfixing harmonies and captivating performances. They have drawn influences from Neil Young, Pavement, My Morning Jacket and Nirvana to deliver their very special brand of folk-tinged psychedelic blues-rock through their first full-length album ‘Sing Hallelujah for the Old Machine’. ... more

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