No Vacancy

by Captain Ivory

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"No Vacancy" was recorded at a couple of different studios between Nashville & Indianapolis, with 90% of it tracked straight to tape. This is the band's sophomore release, and the first recording with new bassist Brett Smith, & drummer Seth Maschari. The songs reflect the group's maturation as musicians & songwriters and draws inspiration from the wealth of touring done across the world over the past three years. As always, this release continues Captain Ivory's penchant for down & dirty guitar grooves, high flying vocals, & catchy songwriting.

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released April 13, 2016

Jayson Traver - vocals, guitar
Robbie Bolog - guitar, lap steel
Brett Smith - bass guitar
Seth Maschari - drums, vibes
Steve Zwilling - piano, organ

Tracked at The Winebox (Nashville, TN), & Postal Recording (Indianapolis, IN)
Engineers: Evan Redwine, Jake Robinson, Matt Coles
Mastered: Ken Rose @ MyWarpedHalo (Indianapolis, IN)

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Captain Ivory Nashville, Tennessee

Greasy rock n’ roll meets Motor City soul. The release of their sophomore album, “No Vacancy” in April 2016 continues the group’s penchant for down & dirty guitar grooves, high flying vocals, & catchy songwriting. Captain Ivory is slated to do 150+ dates across the US & Europe in 2016 -- JAM! ... more

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Track Name: Broken Light
Broken light above the old marquee
Shining brighter than the city street antiquity
There they stand and marvel at the dreams
That are strewn across the pictures on a silver screen

You never know the time
Or read between the lines
for it's too late
Ever notice how
Once it's figured out
Close is far to go
So goddamn far to go

Cornerstone
Built in the masonry
Mortar murders building up the bricks of industry
Chemistry, synthesizing needs
Cleansing countries of morality, cause the first one’s free

Every time you think it's gone to far extremes
the bar is raised it seems by some shifty sleazy sucker
And then you know you've got to keep it clean,
lose your means, so why even bother