The Hatchery Session

by Black Spruce Bog

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    Black Spruce Bog's second album "The Hatchery Session" was recorded live off the floor in one continuous take at the Spruce City Wildlife Association Hatchery in Prince George, BC. The CD comes with a 24 page booklet with original artwork by Jean Chisolm.

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A roots-folk-rock-canadiana album recorded live off the floor in one continuous take in a log cabin/fish hatchery on the Fraser River.

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released March 11, 2017

Black Spruce Bog was formed in a basement on Burden Street in 2013. Over the past four years we’ve had the incredible privilege of performing live in communities from Haida Gwaii to the Comox Valley.

This album represents our attempt to capture the raw spirit of songs that were written about where we live and were brought to life by the people who kept encouraging us to play.

It was recorded live off the floor in one continuous take. There are no gaps in recording.

Cinematographer Samuel Ellis recorded the performance, which can be found online.

Special Thanks to…
The Spruce City Wildlife Association, Fraser Hayes, Corwin Fox, Jean Chisholm, Samuel Ellis, Rebecca Tallman, Tim Chevrier, Simon Hocking, Raghu Lokanathan, Connor Pritchard, Mat Walker, Kaela Hayes, Morgan Paulson, Carmen Beattie, Brandon Hoffman, Brent Morton, Christina Welscher, & the CFUR Radio Society.

Jean Chisholm is an artist based out of Vancouver. She went above and beyond with the original artwork for this album. You can find her work at jeanchisholm.com

Please support the Spruce City Wildlife Association’s efforts to protect wildlife and wildlife corridors.

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Black Spruce Bog Prince George, British Columbia

With roots set deep in the northern soil, Black Spruce Bog brings a sound and tells the stories of people and the land they live on. The mossy floor of a spruce bog is not an easy place to thrive; but with the right mix of rhythm, rhyme, and ruckus, any sapling can find the light. ... more

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