Goodnight Blue Moon "Captain's Church"
During the Northeast hurricane of 1869, the First Church of Fair Haven (known fondly as the "Captain's Church" due to the many seafaring families who called it home) incurred terrible damage and ultimately had to be torn down. Its steeple was the tallest in the region and served as a beacon for the ships coming into port. Shortly after an anonymous poem was written commemorating the church. We wrote a song. "Captain's Church" was mixed and mastered by Greg Giorgio at Tarquin Studios, Bridgeport, CT Recorded by Greg Giorgio and Tommy Harron "Captain's Chuch" appears on Goodnight Blue Moon's EP "A Girl I've Never Met" (2014) Video directed by Jimi Patterson Video produced by Erik Elligers and Nancy Matlack Filmed in Fair Haven, CT Music written and performed by Goodnight Blue Moon "The Captain's Church" based on Anonymous poem published in Fair Haven: A Journey Through Time, Doris Townshend (1977) Captain: Jim Ehrman Pilot: Matt Waggoner Sailor: John Fraenza Sailor: Rob Kavaler Young Captain: Seth Morrison Mary: Eve Ehrman Mary's dog: Matilda Goodnight Blue Moon: Erik Elligers, Mathew Crowley, Nancy Matlack, Nick D'Errico, Victoria Wepler, Carl Testa, Sean Elligers Party guests: Deb Malatesta, Anne Rhodes, Dallas Davis, Darice Gall, Jeff Gall, Kent Ehrman, David Henry, Katie Fourqurean, Alex Suprin, Sierra Suprin, Kwadwo Adae Thank you to: Aiyana Erhman and the rest of the Ehrman family, Erika and Austin Morrison, John Panos, John Fraenza and the crew of Gianna, Lisa Fitch and the Quinnipiac River Marina, and our wonderfully supportive families and friends www.goodnightbluemoon.com
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