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Singer/songwriter Joe Kaplow lives in a four-acre mansion in the hills of Santa Cruz. Of course, he shares the space with a group of hippies, some rats, and some very dilapidated floors and walls... but it does have a swimming pool. For Kaplow, becoming a full-time musician - and adopting the lifestyle that often accompanies it - didn’t happen by accident. Having moved from farm life and family in New Jersey to the rich Santa Cruz music community, Kaplow has often found himself living paycheck to paycheck as he departs on three-month U.S. solo tours, records music in various bedrooms of the house where he lives, rehearses with his new band and writes constantly, dedicating himself fully and lovingly to the craft of songwriting. Kaplow’s debut album Time Spent In Between is simultaneously grounded and exploratory; the music is equal parts intimate and expansive. With raw instrumentation and earthy vocal melodies, Time Spent In Between is rich with folk songwriting brilliance.

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Allison 912 Views  added by anonymous
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Cathartic Rambling 341 Views  added by joekaplow
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Corncob Pipe 99 Views  added by anonymous
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Don't Try To Stay 53 Views  added by joekaplow
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Dusk Rattler 95 Views  added by anonymous
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Home Is A Fleeting Moment 51 Views  added by joekaplow
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I Said I Was Going and I Went 2,709 Views  added by anonymous
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Mavourneen 200 Views  added by anonymous
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Molly 84 Views  added by anonymous
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OK and TX 75 Views  added by joekaplow
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Rhythm and Rhyme 125 Views  added by joekaplow
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There Will Be A Time 1,631 Views  added by anonymous
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