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pembroke moreland -- late
late (released 2003)

it took pembroke more than a year and 1/2 to record and master “late” (his newest album),but the time and energy spent has made this a rich, strong sophomore effort. backed by such notable hoosier musicians as gordon bonham, jamey reid, dan dolan, jan aldridge clark, jim richter, jeff chapin, and paul holdman, pembroke masterfully presents a range of songs spanning from common living (“gracious life”) to the political (“children in the madness”) to outright whimsy (“alice the chicken”). the combination of heart-felt vocals, well-crafted lyrics, and an ensemble of “a-list” musicians helps “late” be right on time. (reviewer wishes to remain anonymous at this time)

“late” –copyright 2003 by pembroke moreland

produced by gordon bonham and pembroke

recorded by pembroke moreland

mixed by michael graham at the lodge, indy

photography by mark tudor

graphic design by jim richter

all songs written by pembroke moreland and arranged by the musicians

song list from”late”


i wonder why

the old oak

sometimes trouble

goin’ home

shining future


gracious life

don’t want nobody

children in the madness

alice the chicken


your eyes

–all the lyrics to the above songs can be viewed on my lyrics page

Pembroke Moreland -- etal
et al (released 1997)

et al”–copyright 1997 by pembroke’s inc.

produced by pembroke moreland

engineered and mixed by david weber, airtime studios, bloomington, indiana

cover photo by cathy tannenholz

graphic design by alisa blackwood

all songs written by pembroke moreland, except “rolling home” by bill
wilson, and “ringfinger” by jan aldridge clark, rickey kinser, pembroke
moreland, jamey reid, and mark robinson

arranged by the musicians

musicians: pembroke (guitar, uke); jan aldridge clark (harp); jamey reid (percussion);
mark robinson (guitar, dobro); rickey kinser (bass); licia weber (vocals);
david weber (background vocals); children’s chorus (denny mullen, eric schmitt,
victoria tudor, allison clark, tyler cook)

song list from”et al”

intro for michael


the kitchen

rolling home


life on earth

(and there’s) wonder


that’s it

in your dreams


poor bob


–all the lyrics to the above songs can be viewed on my lyrics page

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