Here is our newest album “The Human Condition”. I hope you will take a listen. The majority of the tunes are about relationships hence the album title. In true Transitory Symphony fashion we do dabble in a variety of subjects & musical styles, for example “Run, Bernie, Run” a tribute to a certain Vermont Senator and “Late night with Sandip” a homage to Tom Haney’s friend tabla player Sandip Burman. There is some blues, beatnik jazz, folk and rock all done with The Transitory Symphony sound.
Tom and I play all of the instruments and do most of the vocal work except on “Hole in the Bucket” where Patrick Heltz handles the singing. The majority of the album was recorded up in Hyde Park at North Picture & Sound. Additional recording was done at Green Mountain Video, Inc. in Williston.
“The Human Condition" is our third Transitory Symphony album and Tom & I feel it is the best one yet. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we did creating it. Let’s us know if it “shakes you like a tambourine!”
released April 19, 2016
Tom Haney: Drums, tabla, flute, keyboard, percussion, harmonica, trumpet & vocals Jim Heltz: Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar, bass, harmonica, & vocals Patrick Heltz: Vocal on “Hole in the bucket” Produced, recorded, and engineered by Tom Haney at North Picture & Sound Additional recording by Jim Heltz at Green Mountain Video, Inc. Photos: Tom Haney & Sue Margaret Album design: Jim Heltz transitorysymphony.bandcamp.com