Pitchman

by Count This Penny

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2.
03:18
3.
04:28
4.
5.
03:14
6.
05:47
7.
02:37
8.
9.
02:49

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released 02 October 2012

allen rigell - vocals, guitar, bass
amanda rigell - vocals, guitar
john ray - banjo, guitar, bass, vocals
john henry - violin
ben wolf - drums on songs 3 and 5
dan kuemmel - drums on songs 1 and 2
andrew harrison - pedal steel on songs 2 and 6
evan murdock - mandolin on songs 4 and 9

1, 3, 6, 8 written by allen rigell (ASCAP)
2, 4, 5 written by amanda rigell (ASCAP)
7 written by ryan barrington cox, ryanbarringtoncox.com
9 written by allen and amanda
7 (C) 2008
all other songs (C) 2012

recorded and mixed by mike zirkel at smart studios, madison, wi
mastered by brent lambert at kitchen mastering, carrboro, nc

this album could not have been created without the love and support of our families and friends. thank you. we love you! special thanks to mike zirkel, alison coulson, dan probst, brian knapp, and beautiful katie ray.

cover design by tracy harris
pricklypearcreative.com

cover photo by bill wilburn

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Count This Penny Madison, Wisconsin

Since their first show at the Down Home's Open Hoot in 2009, CTP has appeared on A Prairie Home Companion, Wisconsin Public Radio, and Wisconsin Public Television. Following their national radio debut in March, their EP hit the #6 spot on the iTunes singer-songwriter chart.

Their new album, Pitchman--the final record produced at Madison's Smart Studios--was released October 2, 2012.
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Track Name: Pitchman
on the day we met
here’s what you said:
life is a non-stop carnival ride

but your silver tongue
could cut your own throat
leave me a freak show
on the other side

and I kick myself
cause why did I stick around this long

you ain’t nothing but a pitchman
you ain’t nothing but a talker
selling snake oil made from holy water

i ain’t saying you lied
just that I believed you
you know the two aren’t always the same

i was your fall girl
a rope net to receive you
with your sweet-talking skywalk to blame

and I kick myself
cause why did I stick around this long

you ain’t nothing but a pitchman
you ain’t nothing but a talker
selling snake oil made from holy water

and you pay your coin
and you take your chance
but you took a silver dollar for a dime romance

you ain’t nothing but a pitchman
you ain’t nothing but a talker
selling snake oil made from holy water