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Rest Assured

Americana and Acoustic Garage Rock: Rest Assured is solo artist Scott Cooley's seventh full-length studio album that was released on June 21st, 2016 on Scott Cooley Records.  It contains thirteen new songs written and performed by Scott Cooley.  Rest Assured explores similar genres, themes, and instrumentation as those on his past releases. Recording sessions took place primarily in Scott's basement recording studio in Grand Blanc, Michigan after a move back to his original hometown.

Liner Notes

Copyright © ℗ 2016 by Scott Cooley. All rights reserved. Music and lyrics for all songs written by Scott Cooley. Studio album released June 21st, 2016 on Scott Cooley Records, catalog # SCR07. Produced, recorded, mixed and mastered in Michigan, USA by Scott Cooley. Album art by Scott Cooley. Lead and background vocals; rhythm, lead and slide acoustic guitars; acoustic bass guitar; harmonica; marimba; drums and percussion performed by Scott Cooley. Accordion on tracks 4 & 12 performed by Lenore Cooley.


Rest Assured
Album cover photo by Scott Cooley
Studio album by Scott Cooley
Catalog # SCR07
Released June 21st, 2016
Recorded July 2014 - May 2016
Studio Scott Cooley Music Productions
Genre Americana, acoustic garage rock, cajun, classic country, soft rock ballad
Length 58 minutes
Label Scott Cooley Records
Producer Scott Cooley
Personnel Scott Cooley, Lenore Cooley
Release Chronology
"Used To Be Good Looking"

"Rest Assured"

"Missing The Boat"

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Brief Description
Faster & less serious, but w/ the usual attitude & acoustic style, 13 new originals re: love/relationships, places, & getting coney dogs, w/ touches of zydeco, polka, trad. country & folk punk, 2 featuring Lenore on accordion!
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