COLLECTION

"Collection" consists of fourteen songs which were written and recorded over the course of four years, between 2010 and 2014. These songs were originally released on the albums "III" (2013) and "Welcome To Mount Pleasant" (2014) under the name "Cancellieri". They have been remastered and re released under the name Ryan Hutchens as "Collection".

TRACK LIST:

1. Oregon

2. The Frame

3. Mt. Pleasant

4. Lake Jocassee

5. Storyteller

6. Western States

7. Caution Abounds

8. Zalo

9. Hold On Hurricane

10. Higher

11. Rafters

12. Dear Departed

13. Tribal glory

14. WGO

OREGON

CREDITS: Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Keyboard performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford. 

LYRICS: we'll go through Oregon and Idaho the air is clean the mountains unknown there's people headed west with their hope full they left their home to find their own gold to find their own gold to find their own gold to find their own gold we’ll go through Oregon and Idaho the air is clean the mountains unknown there’s people headed west with their hope full they left their home to find their own gold we'll go through Mississippi on the way home the air is thick it’s all I've ever known we'll figure out our way when we’re on the road and drive all night to not be alone to not be alone to not be alone we know how long you waited settle down it'll all be worth it always told there was work to earn it all along the work was worth it we know how long you waited settle down it’ll all be worth it always told there was work to earn it all along the work was worth it

THE FRAME

CREDITS: Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford. 

LYRICS:  oh my brother I've sinned there's blood on my hands again I'll take what I can and I'll make a new plan but some things that break won't mend tell my mom I'm okay tell my friends that it’s better this way tell my dad that I worked everyday but not all who work will win and I've been here before and I know what it takes a home built on trust takes a lifetime to make and a second to break oh my lover I've slipped I lost my nerve again I said it’s too late but in truth I'm afraid because all things that start must end in the years since we've met I've done some things that  I've come to regret but one thing remains your love keeps me sane and your picture stays next to my bed and I've been here before and I know what you've got back home in the drawer in a place you forgot in the back of the frame

MT. PLEASANT

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals, Keyboard, and Harmonica performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar and Percussion performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS:  do what you have to we'll sell what we have to the kids they're distracted my boys they'll be happy here do what you have to we'll sell what we have to the kids they're distracted my boys they'll be happy here there's food on the table there's weight in the clouds as long as we are able as far as time allows it’s getting loud it’s getting loud

LAKE JOCASSEE

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS:  lay your head on me close your eyes get some sleep and when you wake you will find when you wait you'll be fine it’s like the wind through the trees on a summer night on Lake Jocassee that's when I had a plan that's when I had a plan someone will die today and we'll all keep going anyway and if God were in our head then we could all just forget him and if we did we'd be the same yeah if we did we'd be the same because we all learn that we have names but we all come from the same place that's how I know we'll be the same that's how I know we'll be the same but someone has died today and we'll all keep going anyway

STORYTELLER

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, and Drums performed by Alex McCollum.

LYRICS:  slow down you're feeling tiny I know it’s new what we're trying to do here but you'll be fine it’s all in the timing and when we're through you'll still feel like new just a little more you just a little more used just a little more you calm down you're only lonely at night sometimes the feeling gets phony but it's alright we're not in the movies it's life in time we'll feel out our worries we'll tell our own stories we'll tell our own stories we'll tell our own stories been here before I've seen how it goes down you're feeling pretty sure you're feeling it out loud I'm standing by the door I'm counting my mistakes I'm feeling pretty sure it'll never be too late it'll never be too late it'll never be too late it'll never be too late

WESTERN STATES

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Cello performed by Patrick O'Neil

LYRICS:  it's a simple life but the feeling inside it’s the best I can do and I've made up my mind I will wash my face and I won't steal again you don't have to be patient we'll start at the end and when life starts again it'll be at our hands walking this line is taking it's toll knowing your home won't be my home number nine all in a row the contest is won my conscience is worn out from the load I'm tired to the bone I read your lines it's a warning sign you're all invited to see my shame I'll pass you by all in good time you're more than welcome to walk away if it's ever right now's the time because I'm leaving town for the western states

CAUTION ABOUNDS

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS:  all my time was bought with a plan I made in a parking lot it's time to waste when I'm seventeen my hands would shake my head was free to hold all the space to make a home I'll grow old with this love alive inside caution abounds there's a war all around and I'm watching you change and I'm contemplating caution abounds there’s a war all around and I’m watching you change and I’m contemplating caution abounds there’s a war all around and I’m watching you change and I’m contemplating caution abounds there’s a war all around and I’m watching you change and I’m contemplating you're a posture a sound with a crowd all around and I'm watching it change and it’s complicated you’re a posture a sound with a crowd all around and I’m watching it change and it’s complicated

ZALO

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals, Keyboard, and Harmonica performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS:  there's a war for inner peace paranoia walks with me I can't ever let it be it’s like running in a dream I was stubborn as a child rather die than be denied I bore a troubled tested faith that my love would find its place and there's pumas in the cliffs casting shadows on the mist but I'm sleeping safe from them spend the night at world's end I keep driving through the night too afraid to look behind it’s the story vs. the sight it’s so commonplace to die I can see things through the trees I can talk to man and beast I'm the seeking in the change I'ma save it for the end and there's stories in the waves they come close and fall away all the bodies in the sand are left stranded in its wake feels good to share the night it’s an overwhelming life but you killed a man Zalo I can drive you home it feels good to share the night it’s an overwhelming life but you killed a man Zalo yeah I can drive you home

HOLD ON HURRICANE

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, and Harmonica performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Banjo and Percussion performed by Alex McCollum.  

LYRICS:  I saw an angel in a hurricane she told me that I could learn to be the same I said I love you but I'm troubled by the haste and though we lost our way we learned to love the place I saw a wolf in the shade of the trees the beasts of the forest turned to me they said aren't you scared son you better watch out for those teeth but I know the wolves here they're not coming for me I met a man who did not exist they told me that I could follow him he said I'm leaving now are you coming too but I can't sit on a cloud without falling through I can't sit on a cloud without falling through

HIGHER

CREDITS: Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, and Harmonica performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar, Banjo, and Bass Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Drums performed by Brandon Edwards.

LYRICS:  only get away on the holidays try to get a feeling that I'm a man of family I don't really see any other way when I get tired I go higher and higher and higher higher always found reason to entertain did it for a smile before I ever knew what the money meant and now I found reasons to overstay love and the feeling of a family they knew everything they were higher higher only found peace on the interstate no one said running I'm just looking for a new way to love the ones I keep and leave the rest to waste when I get tired I go higher and higher and higher higher

RAFTERS

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS:  the fields grow up till they’re not fields anymore and the forest grow in to cover your door and if you’re feeling left out if you’re left feeling bored just remember your name and what you started for the rafters come down with the changing around it’s a matter of time in this seaside town it'll rise it'll swell till the mountains allow oh but they'll crumble too like the roof like the roof of your mouth you'll pass on by a stranger's life just thinking of the things that keep you alive and they're thinking the same about their words and the way and the strangeness of being alone in this place one day I will die and if I leave you behind don't worry my friend my love is by your side and yours it’s still here where it’s been through the years oh to keep out the darkness to subside and one day I will die and if I leave you behind don't worry my friend my love it’s by your side and yours it’s still here where it’s been through the years oh to keep out the darkness to subside my fears

DEAR DEPARTED

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Keyboard performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS:  I've cleaned the machines I've slept in the streets I'm tired of reason I'd rather be free from washing the stairs I'm awash in my fear I'm told it’s important it’s essential these days to feel some relief when I'm weak in the knees I'm sure there's a God I'm sure he's in me it’s belief that I'm here and I'm real it’s unreal the potions we found for emotional shields I would love to walk away but I don't know how to go about it I work for peace and wait for change and save my love for the dear departed afraid of alone we wait on our phones and believe in the things we keep in our homes to fill up the spaces we emptied in chasing a feeling of ease and help with the weight and all of our stories and jokes about forty and constant attempts to make life important and building from stone foundations and glory fall short of the beauty found in a morning and I would love to walk away but I don't know how to go about it I work for peace and wait for change and save my love for the dear departed

TRIBAL GLORY

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Cello performed by Patrick O'Neil.     

LYRICS:  James Usher said in a dream he saw the tallest man sew the smallest seam from the bottom of the ocean to the top of the hills in South Carolina where they're paying bills and he said a sad situation has left everyone tasteless and full automation is keeping them wasted they crowd in to worship and dress up old stories but each one is worthless without tribal glory I've been going down to the ocean finding strength in the waves and the motion and that God only knows the passing of time so we question the coast until death can tell us why we're partial to breathing and naming our children for things we believe in and passing the seasons with the best kind of feeling gathered around fire and seeing forced smiles one day one day when we're dying we might be mistaken for shouting about freedom what the hell are we thinking as if they need beating it's yours for the taking it’s a summers vacation it’s a hard reputation it’s a God fearing nation

WGO

CREDITS:  Written by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Mandolin and Percussion performed by Alex McCollum.  Group Vocals performed by Will Hutchens, Cameron Powell, Michael Crawford, Steve Sancho, Emily McCollum, Brett Kent, and Dylan Dickerson.

LYRICS:  we're getting old you never know what can happen if we're bold I know it's strange I'm not afraid and if it’s bad I'll make a change we're getting old you never know what can happen if we're bold I know it's strange I'm not afraid and if it’s bad I'll make a change we're gonna die sooner than we'd like we're gonna die sooner than we'd like we're gonna die sooner than we'd like we're gonna die sooner than we'd like we're gonna die sooner than we'd like we're gonna die sooner than we'd like we're gonna die sooner than we'd like we're gonna die sooner than we'd like

WELCOME TO MOUNT PLEASANT

"Welcome To Mount Pleasant" is the first full length album by Ryan Hutchens created under the "Cancellieri" name. It was released on April 15, 2014 via the Post Echo record label in Columbia South Carolina.  "WTMP" was recorded over the course of several months in winter of 2013/2014 at the home of Alex McCollum (Stagbriar, ET Anderson) in the Rosewood neighborhood of Columbia South Carolina.  

At the time he was writing and recording the songs for "Welcome To Mount Pleasant", Ryan was performing regularly as a solo acoustic singer songwriter at small venues around Columbia and on street corners around the US.  

Alex McCollum acted as producer, recording engineer, and instrumentalist on the album. Micheal Crawford played drums.  Cameron Powell played bass guitar.  "WTMP" was mastered by Dave Harris from Studio B Mastering in Charlotte North Carolina.

TRACK LIST: 

1. Oregon

2. Lake Jocassee

3. Rafters

4. Mt. Pleasant

5. WGO

6. Hold On Hurricane

8. Dear Departed

9. Fortunate Being

10. The Frame

11. Zalo

12. Caution Abound

oregon

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Keys performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: We'll go through Oregon and Idaho the air is clean the mountains unknown there's people headed west with their hope full they left their homes to find their own gold we'll go through Mississippi on the way home the air is thick its all I've ever known we'll figure out our way when were on the road and drive all night to not be alone we know how long you waited settle down it'll all be worth it always told there was work to earn it all along the work was worth it

LAKE JOCASSEE

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: Lay your head on me close your eyes get some sleep and when you wake you will find when you wait you'll be fine its like the wind through the trees on a summer night on lake jocassee that's when I had a plan that's when I had a plan someone will die today and we'll all keep going anyways and if god were in our heads then we could all just forget him and if we did we'd be the same yeah if we did we'd be the same because we all learn that we have names but we all come from the same place that's how I know we'll be the same that's how I know we'll be the same someone has died today and we'll all keep going anyways

RAFTERS

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: The fields they'll grow up till their not fields anymore and the forest grow in to cover your door and if your feeling left out if your left feeling bored just remember your name and what you started for and the rafters come down with the changing around its a matter of time in this seaside town it'll rise it'll swell till the mountains allow oh but they'll crumble too like the roof like the roof of your mouth you'll pass on by a stranger's life just thinking of the things that keep you alive and they're thinking the same about their words and the way and the strangeness of being alone in this place oooooooo ooo oo ooo oo ooo oo oo ooooo oo oo o oooo oo one day I will die and if I leave you behind don't worry my friend my love's by your side and yours its still here where its been through the years oh to keep out the darkness to subside and one day I will die and if I leave you behind don't worry my friend my loves by your side and yours its still here where its been through the years to keep out the darkness to subside my fears

MT. PLEASANT

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals, Keys, Harmonica, and Percussion performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar and Percussion performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: Do what you have to we'll sell what we have to the kids they're distracted my boys they'll be happy here do what you have to we'll sell what we have to the kids they're distracted my boys they'll be happy here there's food on the table there's weight in the clouds as long as we are able as far as time allows its getting loud its getting loud

WGO

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Mandolin performed by Alex McCollum. Group Vocals performed by Will Hutchens, Dylan Dickerson, Steve Sancho, Brett Kent, Ryan Hutchens, Alex McCollum, Emily McCollum, Cameron Powell, and Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: We're getting old you never know what can happen if we're bold I know it's strange I'm not afraid and if its bad I'll make a change we're getting old you never know what can happen if we're bold I know it's strange I'm not afraid and if its bad I'll make a change we're gonna die sooner than we'd like

HOLD ON HURRICANE

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens.  Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, and Harmonica performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Banjo, Harmonica, and Percussion performed by Alex McCollum

LYRICS: I saw an angel in a hurricane she told me that I could learn to be the same I said I love you but I'm troubled by the haste and though we lost our way we learned to love the place I saw a wolf in the shade of the trees the beasts of the forest turned to me they said aren't you scared son you better watch out for those teeth but I know the wolves here they're not coming for me I met a man who did not exist they told me that I could follow him he said I'm leaving now are you coming too but I can't sit on a cloud without falling through I can't sit on a cloud without falling through.

dEAR DEPARTED

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens. Vocals and Keys performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: I've cleaned the machines I've slept in the streets I'm tired of reason I'd rather be free from washing the stairs I'm awash in my fears I'm told its important its essential these days to feel some relief when I'm weak in the knees and I'm sure there's a god and I'm sure he's in me its belief that I'm here and I'm real its unreal the potions we found for emotional shields I would love to walk away but I don't know how to go about it I work for peace and wait for change and save my love for the dear departed afraid of alone we wait on our phones and believe in the things we keep in our homes to fill up the spaces we emptied in chasing a feeling of ease and help with the weight and all of our stories and jokes about forty and constant attempts to make life important and building from stone foundations and glory fall short of the beauty found in a morning and I would love to walk away but I don't know how to go about it I work for peace and wait for change and save my love for the dear departed

FORTUNATE BEING

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens. Vocals, Harmonica, and Keys performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar and Harmonica performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: I can't help feeling like yesterday was the day you were coming I said wouldn't that be something if I could hold on to people make em never change watching it grow that's the reason I'm a fortunate being I watched as you left your home and your eyes were open holes to a troubled world my heart was with you then like I'm someone's son you are someone's girl and more than a passing night and we've all been the lonesome child all along is a funny thing when you try to live it honestly take a bow at seventeen to have broken through the secrecy to have figured out the lottery to have found a way to leave in peace to have found a way to live in peace

THE FRAME

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens. Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: Oh my brother I've sinned there's blood on my hands again I'll take what I can and I'll make a new plan but some things that break won't mend tell my mom I'm okay tell my friends that its better this way tell my dad that I worked everyday but not all who work will win and I've been here before and I know what it takes a home built on trust takes a lifetime to make and a second to break oh my lover I've slipped I lost my nerve again I said its too late but in truth I'm afraid because all things that start must end in the years since we've met I've done some things I've come to regret but one thing remains your love keeps me sane and your picture stays next to my bed and I've been here before and I know what you've go back home in the drawer in a place you forgot in the back of the frame

ZALO

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens. Vocals, Harmonica, and Keys performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Electric Guitar and Vocals performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: There's a war for inner peace paranoia walks with me I can't ever let it be its like running in a dream I was stubborn as a child rather die than be denied I bore a troubled tested faith that my love would find its place and there's pumas on the cliffs casting shadows on the mist but I'm sleeping safe from them spend the night at world's end I keep driving through the night to afraid to look behind its the story vs. the sight its so commonplace to die I can see things in the trees I can talk to man and beast I'm the seeking in the change I'ma save it for the end and there's stories in the waves they come close and fall away all the bodies in the sand are left stranded in its wake feels good to share the night its an overwhelming life but you killed a man Zalo I can drive you home it feels good to share the night its an overwhelming life but you killed a man Zalo yeah I can drive you home

CAUTION ABOUNDS

CREDITS: Written and arranged by Ryan Hutchens. Vocals and Acoustic Guitar performed by Ryan Hutchens.  Acoustic Guitar and Keys performed by Alex McCollum.  Bass Guitar performed by Cameron Powell.  Drums performed by Michael Crawford.

LYRICS: All my time was bought with a plan I made in a parking lot it's time to waste when I'm seventeen my hands would shake my head was free to hold all the space to make a home I'll grow old with this love alive inside caution abounds there's a war all around and I'm watching you change and I'm contemplating you're a posture a sound with a crowd all around and I'm watching it change and its complicated