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Ruth Allison

Ruth Allison

Ruth Allison


ruth allison was a solo project accompanied by other musicians. The majority of "what's left" was recorded in 2006 with John McCauley of Deer Tick and Jessica Nicole, production help from Brendon Massei of Viking Moses. One track included Karl Blau, recorded originally for a What the Heck Fest compilation. Kevin Erickson helped with overdubs and overall album mastery/production. The songs were written in Las Vegas, NV as well as Anacortes, WA Read more on Last.fm
ruth allison was a solo project accompanied by other musicians. The majority of "what's left" was recorded in 2006 with John McCauley of Deer Tick and Jessica Nicole, production help from Brendon Massei of Viking Moses. One track included Karl Blau, recorded originally for a What the Heck Fest compilation. Kevin Erickson helped with overdubs and overall album mastery/production.

The songs were written in Las Vegas, NV as well as Anacortes, WA, and many were subtle love songs written more for an institution/way of life than they were to a person, with topics concerning manipulation and crisis in transition. ruth allison later released "The Goddesst EP" under the name Violet Flame Meditation. She toured a few times on the west coast from 2006-2008 and had the rare but occasional performance (this happened from 2007-12 in Olympia, WA, but she is now in San Diego, CA). Later performances have a stronger rock influence. She was also in short-lived punk bands In Bed (2011 Olympia) and GLORIA (2012 Olympia) cds can be purchased from K Recs or Dust Wind Tales by clicking the hyperlinks above. Read more on Last.fm.

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