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Family Album II

by The Ullman Boys

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Riverside 03:09
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Last Kiss 02:28
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Centerfield 03:58
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I'm on the edge of bitterness I've gotta find a way to step back Don't know what more I can give Without getting something back I know... It's simply been way too long Since you raised your voice in song I know you're tired and you're weary And you need to let it out somehow So shout... Sing your troubles right out loud Ain't that what this is all about I know it's up to me but I don't know What to do about it now I'm on the edge of bitterness Trying to find a way to step back I know I should get over it But it feels impossible to adapt I've heard... Heard you're still feeling raw But you've still got the heart to be strong Don't drink the poison and expect Your opponent to fall You can rise above it all Or you can make the choice to withdraw Let it go or keep the hurt alive by hanging on To the edge of bitterness Or we can find a way to step back Best I can do is to forgive Forgive but not forget I don't wanna drag you down You found the faith Don't lose it now I know you're down But I'm never gonna count you out I'm on the edge of bitterness I know I've gotten way off track But I think my heart is on the mend And I feel myself coming back From the edge of bitterness The best revenge is to forgive I'm through with spiteful stubbornness And catching up on all I've missed Make this the end of bitterness It's not what happens but how you wanna be It's all in how you look at it It all begins and ends with me

about

Two generations of Ullman Brothers. One Band. Twelve more tracks—including original song, "The Edge of Bitterness."

credits

released June 16, 2023

Dedicated to Jack H. Ullman (1951 - 2023)

THE ULLMAN BOYS:
Jack Ullman - Vocals: 1-3&6-8 Drums: 4-9,11&12 Bongos: 1&2 Backing Vocals: 5&9
Jim Ullman - Vocals: 4,5&11 Acoustic Guitar: 1,2,4,5&8 Electric Guitar: 7,8&11 Bass Guitar: 3,5&7 Backing Vocals: 1-3&6-8
David Ullman - Vocals: 9&12 Backing Vocals: 1-3&6-8 Electric Guitar: 12
Brian UIlman - Vocals: 10 Acoustic Guitar:1-5,8&9 Electric Guitar: 1,3,5,6&9-12 Bass Guitar: 1,2,6,8-12 Baritone Guitar: 10 Keys: 4,5&10 Mandolin: 4&5 Guitalele: 3 Backing Vocals: 1-4&6-11 Drum Programing: 3&10 Bongos/Percussion: 1,4&8

ADDITIONAL PLAYERS:
Larry Griffin - Pedal Steel: 4&5
Ronnie Osburn - Bass Guitar: 4

Record & Mixed by Brian Ullman

Tracks 1-11 mastered by LANDR
Track 12 mastered by Brian Ullman

"Riverside"
Songwriter: Dewey Bunnell

"Ventura Highway"
Songwriter: Dewey Bunnell

"California Dreamin’"
Songwriter: John Edmund Andrew Phillips / Michelle Gilliam Phillips

"Lord I Hope This Day Is Good"
Songwriters: David N. Hanner

"Good Ole Boys Like Me"
Songwriter: Bob Mcdill

"Octopus’s Garden"
Songwriters: Richard Starkey

"With a Little Help from My Friends"
Songwriters: John Lennon / Paul McCartney

"I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party"
Songwriters: John Lennon / Paul McCartney

"Last Kiss"
Songwriters: Wayne Cochran, Joe Carpenter, Randall Hoyal, Bobby McGlon

"The Boys of Summer"
Songwriters: Mike Campbell (music) / Don Henley (lyrics)

"Centerfield"
Songwriter: John Fogerty

"The Edge of Bitterness"
Songwriters: Ullman Boys (music) / David Ullman (lyrics)

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