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Ladies Etta James Tee

A standard, cream-colored tee for the ladies featuring a 2-color design based on the song “Etta James.” Includes the lyric “If you need it, you best believe it!” (women's sizes)

The Honest Hour

(2004)  An album recorded live and with an ear and mind toward song craft — Genauer seamlessly melds the two and uniquely bridges that gap once and for all. The disc's nine songs are a mix of new AOD songs and re-imagined versions of songs Genauer wrote for his former band, Strangefolk. Culled from a show in Troy, NY in early 2004, The Honest Hour, the band's spirited sophomore disc, boasts both the open-sky breeziness and energy of a live show, but also the pristine production of a studio album. The songs on The Honest Hour are genuine, timeless, and substantive: a testament to critics who early on dubbed Genauer “one of the most vital voices, singers, storytellers and songwriters of today's live music scene.”

The Assembly of Dust

(2003)  A solo album by Reid Genauer entitled The Assembly of Dust. The band was originally billed under Reid's name and then as “Reid Genauer and The Assembly of Dust” after the release of this record. The line-up featured what was at the time a veritable who's who of the New England jam scene, friends whose paths had crossed countless times and had shared the stage on numerous occasions — keyboardist Nate Wilson and bassist John Leccese of Percy Hill, guitarist Adam Terrell of Groove Child, and drummer Andy Herrick of Moon Boot Lover — they would of course become Assembly of Dust.

Assembly of Dust Tee

An all-around rugged, heavyweight tee celebrating AOD's latest album Some Assembly Required. Offered in a tan color with the all-new “Assembly of Dust” album logo in navy blue on the front. (men's / unisex sizes)

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