Recording took place from January 2012 to December 2013 in The Building behind Lee Falco’s home and in The Basement of Dante DeFelice’s house in Marlboro, New York. Dante captured most of the sounds on this album, aside from Jesse Barki who recorded his trombone and John DiCocco’s Rhodes in Studio A at Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania, and Duncan Clark who recorded his bass guitar and some of Dante’s acoustic guitar in Studio B at WCPR in Hoboken, New Jersey. Lee Falco's drum sounds were recorded by Nick Catania during the first two sessions conducted in The Building. Mixed by Duncan, Dante, and Jesse in The Basement. Mastered by Jesse at Lebanon Valley College in Studio C. The very talented Sarah J. Berman did all of the beautiful artwork. All songs were written by Dante DeFelice and sound the way they do because of the wonderful people who make up Goodnight Brother.
Goodnight Brother is the moniker of singer-songwriter Dante DeFelice. Hailing from New York's verdant Hudson Valley,
Goodnight Brother is an ever-changing showcase of hometown heroes, percussionist Lee Falco and multi-instrumentalist Jesse Barki as permanent fixtures in the band. Their sound is created and captured through the intimacy of their home recordings and the inclusion of various talents....more