Music

Album Cover
Mighty Old Distance and Murky Old Time
Josh Roberts and The Hinges
Released: Sep 6, 2012
Track Listing
1 Cobwebs
2 Do You Think?
3 Rabbit
4 Just in Time to Love
5 Perfect Cheer
6 As Steady As We Can
7 It's Just Like This Love
8 The Last Wilderness

Liner Notes

 

Produced by Alan Moon

Recorded and Mixed by Alan Moon

Forged and Milled at The Titillation Station

Mastered by Stuart Martin at 

Stonebridge Music – Leesburg, VA – www.stuartmartin.org

 

Design and Art Direction by Matt Alsup, Red to Gray Creative, www.redtogray.com

Photography by Matt and April Alsup

Skulls provided by Shaun Riffle

 

Reviews

Josh Roberts & the Hinges - Colonnade (subscription)
The Colonnade
Colonnade (subscription)Josh Roberts & the HingesColonnade (subscription)Local favorites Josh Roberts and the Hinges held a concert at Buffington's to release their new album, “Mighty Old Distance and Murky Old Time.” “The title comes from the lyrics on a song called 'Just Like this Love,'” Roberts said. “I like to pick ...
A ‘Mighty’ long time
The State Newspaper
“Mighty Old Distance and Murky Old Time,” the new record by Josh Roberts & The Hinges, took a mighty long time to complete. The calculatingly turbulent rock band that can just as easily slow the music down with by-the-fire warmth didn’t rush the writing and recording. Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2012/09/07/2429256/a-mighty-long-time.html#storylink=misearch#storylink=cpy
A 'Mighty' long time - The State
The State Newspaper
The StateA 'Mighty' long timeThe State“Mighty Old Distance and Murky Old Time,” the new record by Josh Roberts & The Hinges, took a mighty long time to complete. The calculatingly turbulent rock band that can just ... Roberts also said the deal with the nascent label was better than any ...
Josh Roberts and the Hinges - Record Release
Free Times
It’s late, past midnight on a late-August Tuesday. Josh Roberts is taking a smoke break on the back porch of Front End Audio in Rosewood. He’s here with his friend Alan Moon, trying to get the final mixes right on Mighty Old Distance and Murky Old Time, Roberts’ third record with his backing band, the Hinges. It’s still warm, still muggy, but it’s silent save for the sighing horns of distant trains. There’s nothing out here beyond the overgrown yard and a stack of wooden pallets. Nothing — to quote “Buzzard,” from Roberts’ My War Cry is Amor — but the porch and the night.