Song Samples:
Freezer Burn
Find Her Way
It May Be A Dream
Sweet Return To Madness
Oh Heaven


Doug Wamble
Doug Wamble

Doug Wamble - vocals and guitars
Roy Dunlap - piano, organ, keyboards
Jeff Hanley - acoustic and electric bass, percussion
Peter Miles - drums and percussion

produced by Lee Townsend

Recording and Mixing Engineer: Jason Lehning
Mastering Engineer: Greg Calbi
Assistant Engineers:  Ben Liscio and Kyle Ford
Production assistance:  Adam Blomberg

Charlie Hunter - 7-string guitar on "Think About It All"
Carrie Rodriguez - vocals and violins on "It May Be A Dream"
Jonah Smith - harmony vocal on "Freezer Burn"
Christian Howes - strings on "Find Her Way"
Holly Laessig - background vocals (1, 4, 7)
Jessica Wolfe - background vocals (1, 4, 7)
Steven Bernstein - trumpet (1, 2, 4, 8)
Chad Eby - tenor saxophone (1, 2, 4, 8)
Clark Gayton - trombone (1, 2, 4, 8)
Chris Miller - tenor and baritone saxophone (1, 4, 8)

All songs composed and arranged by Doug Wamble except as noted:

String arranging and tracking on “Find Her Way” by Christian Howes and Christopher Marion
String arrangement on “It May Be A Dream” by Carrie Rodriguez
Horn arrangements by Doug Wamble

Recorded at Brooklyn Recording, Brooklyn, NY
Additional recording at SoBro Sound, Bronx, NY and The Bromley House, Brooklyn, NY
Mixed at The Compound, Nashville, TN
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NY, NY

Blue Note

Song List

1. Think About It All  (D. Wamble/C. Hunter)  (3:31)
2. Freezer Burn   (3:35)
3. Find Her Way  (4:47)
4. It May Be A Dream   (4:34)
5. Sweet Return To Madness   (4:39)
6. Bitter Angels   (4:35)
7. At The End Of The Day  (7:56)
8. Oh Heaven  (4:28)
9. I Needn't Try   (4:31)
10. Home (There's A Light On)  (5:33)
11. I Know  (F. Apple)   (4:23)

REVIEWS

"For a jazz guitarist, Doug Wamble is one hell of a soul man -- not just his playing, but his writing, and especially his voice, which lies somewhere between Donny Hathaway and Stevie Wonder. His background is evident in some of the chords he uses, but he hides it well, and the songs come across as lovely soul, as on the delicious "Sweet Return to Madness" and "It May Be a Dream," where the violin and voice of Carrie Rodriguez add some lovely delicacy to the proceedings. Wamble's guitar work takes a back seat for some of the disc, although he takes off on slide on the gospel-flavored "Bitter Angels" and works with Charlie Hunter on the opener, "Think About It All,"
while the slow build of "Oh Heaven," with its piano backdrop, offers a superb frame for his restrained solo. But this is an album that's about the song, not playing technique, and Wamble shows himself to be a songwriter of true talent... It all closes with a cover of Fiona Apple's "I Know" that returns Wamble to acoustic guitar, his natural instrument, giving a spare, aching version of the song. It's a soft, ideal closer to a lovingly crafted
disc." - Chris Nickson, All Music Guide