Goulais Bay

by Eric & The Soo

Goulais Bay 04:53
I didn't know that I was in paradise, I never knew I had it so good Cold water lapping up against the rocks Morning sun peaking through the woods I headed south to find the city life I had something to show the world Not really sure just what I was looking for But I fell in love with a beautiful girl I travelled many thousand miles Well I rambled and I roamed She makes everyday a paradise We laugh and love so easily I never feel the need to apologize She only brings out the best in me I travelled many thousand miles, Only to find my way back home I didn't know that this was paradise I never knew I had it so good Lying in the comfort of her caress Northern breeze blowing through the woods Lying in the comfort of her caress Northern breeze blowing through the woods


A love song: a love song to the past; a love song to the beauty of nature; a love song to summer. Mixing their own special blend of rock, folk, country, and roots with the occasional splash of psychedelia, Eric & The Soo are proud to present their latest offering, the decidedly nostalgic and wonderfully intimate "Goulais Bay".


released July 30, 2019

Produced by Eric Brombacher

Eric Brombacher - Vocals & Acoustic Guitar
Ken Yoshioka - Rhythm Guitar & Harmonica
Ted Pruce - Lead Guitar & Harmony Vocals
Tim Bradford - Bass Guitar & Harmony Vocals
Dino Naccarato - Drums & Percussion
Julian Fauth - Organ

Words & Music by Eric Brombacher

Recorded in Toronto on June 19th, 2019 by John Dinsmore at "Lincoln County Social Club"
Engineered and Mixed by John Dinsmore
Mastered by Jeff 'Fedge' Elliott at "Union Sound"

Cover Art & Design by Jason Schultz
Cover Photo by Eric Brombacher

(c) 2019 Eastside Confectionery Records
(p) 2019 Eric Brombacher Songs


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Eric & The Soo Toronto, Ontario

While Eric & The Soo's debut album "Small Town Dreamer" saw Toronto-based songwriter Eric Brombacher looking inwards and backwards to his past and his childhood in his hometown of Sault Ste. Marie, his follow-up "Modern Dystopia" sees him looking more outwards and forwards, at society as a whole and at our future on this beautiful planet we call Earth.
Is there still hope for our beautiful world?
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