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Oct22

Walter Salas-Humara

Seckler Stage, 2240 Lakeside Drive West, Highland Lakes, NJ

Louise from CBGB books this gig, so you know it has to be cool. New Jersey here I come! Tickets are $15 for members and $20 for non members. Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm. This a BYOB show so come prepared :-)

Oct24

Walter Salas-Humara

HiFi, 169 Avenue A, New York, NY

Psyched to be back at this classic East Village venue (the old Brownie's). My old pal Don Pipr will also be on the bill and there will be loads of special guests. Promises to be a great evening

Oct27

Walter Salas-Humara & Bill Deasy

Pittsburgh Winery, 2815 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA

Me and my talented friend Bill Deasy (of Pittsburgh's faves The Gathering Field) will share the stage at this beautiful intimate music venue in a wonderful wine cellar.

Get the New Albums Explodes and Disappears &
Work: Part One on CD along with Discounted Gift Packages
at the WSH/The Silos/WaltersDogs Online Store

   
Get a Painted Portrait of your Dog
– colorful, happy, and crazy!

Buy a Custom Portrait  
Walter will paint your dog from a photograph.


                       

Explodes and Disappears

by Walter Salas-Humara

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Explodes and Disappears

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Walter rocks a sweet Spanish melody, swings a sexy jazz number, and then reaches deep for a soulful expression of values in a troubled world. He tops it all with a funky number chronicling three American misfits searching for peace of mind and headed for disaster on the shores of Mexico -- all skillfully blended into a seamless flow. Original release April 12, 2016 - Sonic Pyramid.

Produced and Mixed by Walter Salas-Humara. “Don’t Tear Me Down” Produced and Mixed by Vincent Gates. Mastered by Dave McNair. Recorded by Franz Sonnauer, Vincent Gates, Konrad Meissner, Joe Reyes, Jonathan Rundman, Rod Hohl, Andrea Wittgens, Steve Hamilton, Tom Freund, and Walter Salas-Humara. Design by Sheila Sachs. Photography by Ignacio Salas-Humara and Amy Daggett.

Working The Waterfront, The Best Thing, Don't Tear Me Down, and Penelope were written at The Steel Bridge Songfest.

Special thanks to the Executive Producers who generously supported the making of this album: Rich Bailen, Sophie and Josie Bassett, Steve Brown, Joe Kempler and Ellen Miller, Ron and Julie Kern, Mickey, Nikki, Eve and Aaron Martin, John C. McCulloch, Scott Robinson, Bill Sifer, Larry and Amy Young and Friends.

Musicans: Walter Salas-Humara, Jonathan Rundman, Joe Reyes, Maex Huber, Philipp Knaap, Scott Garber, Andrea Wittgens, Brad Bays, Ryan Williams, Konrad Meissner, Rod Hohl, Liv Mueller, Mark Dixon, Vincent Gates, Jimm McIver, Tarl Knight, Greg Roteik, Sarven Manguiat, Tom Freund, and Paul Cullum.

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  1. 1 Diner by the Train 06:29 Lyrics
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  2. 2 Working the Waterfront 05:00 Lyrics
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  3. 3 The Sunshine and the Moon 03:14 Lyrics
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  4. 4 The Best Thing 03:47 Lyrics
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  5. 5 Don't Tear Me Down 03:32 Lyrics
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  6. 6 I Will Remember You 04:25 Lyrics
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  7. 7 Penelope 03:14 Lyrics
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  8. 8 Shitload of Cash 03:26 Lyrics
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  9. 9 Another Fairy Tale 04:00 Lyrics
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  10. 10 Sea of Cortez 04:48 Lyrics
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Work: Part One

by Walter Salas-Humara

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Work: Part One

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The first in a series of albums showcasing acoustic versions of my best songs. This album spans my songs written in the 80s. Produced by Richard Brotherton, and performed by me, Richard, Mary Rowell and Amy Allison. Original release December 1, 2015 - Sonic Pyramid.

Produced, Recorded and Mixed by Richard Brotherton. Mastered by Dave McNair. Package Design by Sheila Sachs.

Musicians: Walter Salas-Humara, Richard Brotherton, Mary Rowell, and Amy Allison.

Curve and Shake

by Walter Salas-Humara

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Curve and Shake is all about the struggle to sustain hope and remain available to possibility even as our lives “twist, bend, curve and shake.” The ephemerality of so much that we want to believe is permanent about our lives is beautifully captured in the floating musical landscapes that Walter conjures for this album. -Anthony DeCurtis ROLLING STONE. Original release August 12, 2014 - Sonic Pyramid.

Produced by Walter Salas-Humara. Mixed by Walter Salas-Humara and Ryan Williams at Studio Double You. Mastered by Dave McNair at Dave McNair Mastering.

Recorded by Walter Salas-Humara, Pat Kearns, Gar Robertson, Steve Drizos, Jason Victor, and Aaron Victor.

Painting by Walter Salas-Humara. Photograph by Andy Goodwin. Design and Layout by Sheila Sachs.

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  1. 1 Counting On You 04:01 Lyrics
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  2. 2 The Craziest Feeling 06:03 Lyrics
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  3. 3 Curve and Shake 04:16 Lyrics
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  4. 4 Satellite 02:49 Lyrics
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  5. 5 What We Can Bring 05:17 Lyrics
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  6. 6 Hoping For A Comeback 04:29 Lyrics
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  7. 7 I Love That Girl 02:43 Lyrics
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  8. 8 Uncomplicated 03:32 Lyrics
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  9. 9 Way Too Heavy To Float 04:56 Lyrics
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  10. 10 Two Inches Two Hours 03:49 Lyrics
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