The Drop (feat. Tim Hinck)

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In 2013 conceptual artist Tim Hinck was commissioned to create a multimedia art piece for the opening of “The Block” a Chattanooga parking garage-public-art-project-and-climbing-wall. For it, he re-purposed my song Someday This Will All Be Underwater for the grand opening, I played electric dulcimer to my own karaoke song track people climbed and video of outdoor sports scenes were projected above me. Oh and ten minutes before all that, I had played Take Me to the River with the one and only Booker T.


from Found Objects, released May 13, 2017
Written by Butch Ross
Dulcimer, Electric Dulcimer, Bass, Guitar, Guitar as Percussion, Percussion: BR
French Horn: Seth Hall
Strings, Piano: Tim Hinck
Vocals: Hayley Graham
Horn and string arrangements by Tim Hinck

interpolates elements of "Take me to the River" by Al Green and Maybon Lewis Hodges
Contains a sample of "Expo ‘83" by The Backyard Heavies
Contains a sample of "Runaway" by Kanye West



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Butch Ross Chattanooga, Tennessee

Chattanooga multi-instrumentalist and mountain dulcimer maestro Butch Ross has tackled everything from Radiohead to Bach and come away with a renewed appreciation for what the humble dulcimer is capable of. His music is born from his respect for its abilities, a respect born from the years he's spent prying apart its pieces and discovering new sounds where none existed before. ... more

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