Austin Jenckes & The First Call

by Austin Jenckes

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Recorded in Newberg, Oregon at Signal vs. Noise studios.
Mastered by Rick Fischer at RFI Mastering in Seattle, Washington
Album features the single "Fall of Summer"
This album is set to release digitally May 3, 2011

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released May 3, 2011

Austin Jenckes - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Bret Darby - Electric Guitar
Joshua Olsen - Bass
Robert Perez - Drums
Dan Tyak - Pedal Steel, Lap Steal
Tess Henley - Piano/Vocals
Sam Mathews - Keys
Paul Kobylinski - Bass

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Austin Jenckes Duvall, Washington

From the rural town of Duvall, Washington comes the voice of an honest soul. A 27 year old believer in the universal language of music, Austin Jenckes spills his heart into every word.

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Track Name: Austin Jenckes & The First Call - Fall of Summer
Waitin' on the rising sun
To come back like when we were young
We would take a walk down by the lake

Breakin' branches on our way,
Crackin' jokes as we play
On streets of golden clay, and so it goes

We were hopped up on lovers, torn on cash
A belly full of sunshine, we were havin a blast
Playin' in the sand, gettin' a tan, walkin' on top of the railroad track
Somehow I knew it just wouldn't last

I don't care what they say
the fall of summer is killin' me

The sun has come and gone again
Colors turn from green to red
I never thought I'd leave this place so soon

Sweet little Miss with the kiss and tell
Hanin' around the wishing' well
Dreams and love were just somethin' we could choose, and so we did

We were hopped up on lovers, torn on cash
A belly full of sunshine, we were havin' a blast
Playin' in the sand, gettin' a tan, walkin' on top of the railroad track
Somehow I Knew it just wouldn't last

I don't care what they say
the fall of summer is killin' me

So as we lay underneath the stars
Gaze out on heaven and mars
I take look back so I won't forget, where I'm from, yeah that's it
The place I learned to love, way back when we were

Hopped up on lovers, torn on cash
A belly full of sunshine, we were havin' a blast
Playin' in the sand, gettin' a tan, walkin' on top of the railroad track
Somehow I Knew it just wouldn't last

I don't care what they say
the fall of summer is killin' me