From: United States
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Blue Cone Highway is a Texas country-rock duo of Lynn Lister and Ali Lister. Check out our new song, "Let the Night Believe".
Sudden Rain is our end-of-summer celebration about a summer love gone wrong.
"Most of the time we play with just an open-tuned acoustic guitar backing," said Lynn, "but as a friend recently said, the world needs more Marshall half-stacks and humbuckers."
"Each Path" is slow, sad song written, played, and sung by Ali Lister. Lynn Lister arranged the harmonies and played bass. We recorded it off and on over several months, and must have tried half a dozen arrangements before sticking with the simple piano and bass.
"Bright Light in the Southern Sky" is our tale about a small group of people struggling to survive a global change they don't understand. Our inspiration came from the novels of the change by S. M. Stirling. The first arrangement was a little loose (which Jango listeners pointed out!), so we fixed it! Yes, we know it's too long (blame Lynn).
"Not as Easy as Right or Wrong" was written by Ali (words) and Lynn (music). Originally written for two guitars, the rest of it just kind of evolved (blame that on Lynn, too).
"Deathless Wasteland" is our ballad about loss and survival amid a zombie apocalypse, and our first song on Jango. It starts with the droning beat of a telecaster electric guitar, Lynn's old Ovation acoustic, and a heart-beat bass. Deathless was written by Lynn, who played guitars and synthesizers, and sung by Ali, who also played the cool organ parts.
"Another Day's Soundtrack", our second song on Jango, was written and sung by Ali, with Lynn backing on guitars and keyboard. She wrote and recorded the first tracks on a little, old Yamaha synth, over the course of a couple of weeks. And it went quickly and smoothly from there to Jango. Unlike most of our stuff!
For Lynn's chill, instrumental side, check out his songs on Jango under "Lynn Lister".