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99% of the music on your Daily Lift was composed especially for the podcast by the "Daily Lift band." Nate Frederick and his friends continue to compose and record original music for your Daily Lift in The Mother Church recording studios in Boston, MA. Many of these musicians are local musicians who have CDs for purchase. You can google their names if you’re interested. Here are the credits:
- Nathan Frederick: acoustic & electric guitar, electric bass, percussion, piano
- George Clements: acoustic & electric guitar, mandolin, electric bass, piano
- Ben Vaughan: harmonica, acoustic guitar, accordion, percussion, voice
- Ian Case: double-neck acoustic guitar, fretless electric guitar, kalimba
- Patrick M'Gonigle: fiddle
- Tabea Mangelsdorf: piano, vocals
- Christa Seid-Graham: vocals, piano, keyboard
- Erik Higgins: upright bass
- Louis Fram: upright bass
- Alex Cook: acoustic & electric guitar, electric bass, voice
- Wayne Ingram: electric guitar, piano
- Tim Dixon: acoustic & electric guitar
- Jon Hinthorne: piano
- Matt Zacharino: electric bass
- Scott Sheehan: electric bass
- Tim Smith: drum kit
- Andy Bickerton: drum kit
- Corey O’Connor: drum kit
- Jessica Hayes: flute
- Susie Jostyn: saxophone
- Laura Lapointe: vocals
CDs featuring these musicians can be found here:
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