Gunpoint / Mother Night

by A Deer A Horse

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"ADAH shatters the prehistoric notions of living, demanding something present and conscious in the now..." - Impose

"The reflective, poetic Mother Night wraps right around a rainy September day like today, with autumn clearing it’s throat nearby." - CMJ

“...“Gunpoint” inhabits a gray, shadowy netherworld where smoky vocals and stop-start, grimy instrumentation coil serpentine around you. ” – Fuzzy Logic

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released June 5, 2015

Recorded and mixed at Spaceman Sound
Mastered at Bonati Mastering NYC
Pressed at Brooklyn Phono

Rebecca Satellite- guitar, vox
Angela Phillips- bass, vox
Sam Monaco- drums

Copyright A Deer A Horse 2015
Artwork copyright Basil Kincaid 2015
Album design copyright M.R. Morrison 2015

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A Deer A Horse Brooklyn, New York

A Deer A Horse plays urgent rock n' roll.

Rebecca-vocals, guitar
Angela- bass, vocals
Dylan-drums

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Track Name: Gunpoint
Would you take it if you could
Or let it linger on a dry tongue?
Times are changed, times are changed
They tell me twice a day
They tell me at least twice a day

I'd take it at gunpoint,
But not before.

Would you break it if you could
Or let it linger in a stale way?
I know it's through, I know it's through
I think it twice a day
I think it at least twice a day

You'd take it at gunpoint.
You'd take happiness at gunpoint,
But not before.

I'm in my ice age
I was the first bird to see the first plane
I am put to shame

I would take it at gunpoint,
But not before.
Track Name: Mother Night
I'm guilty as charged
I'm guilty as the cattle low
I am biting my time
And cities rise in splinters in the pines

I've a wife who looks like
yesterday's bloom
Pressed between two pale sheets
She's the wife I knew

Mother Night, O! Mother Night
Other night, oh other night
Some other night, some other night

Was it something that I said?

She is the life I knew.