Samuel Saint Thomas’ freshman EP release Mir in My Sky was recorded and mixed in a drafty one-car garage in Long Valley, NJ. The recording was co-produced and engineered by violinist Tim Carbone (Kings in Disguise, Railroad Earth, Phil Lesh). This three song EP, including a rare reggae/island interpretation of the Beatles’ “Let it Be,” formed the sound track for the feature length Mir in My Sky: Mystic Journey for Peace to Yugoslavia a documentary shot during the war in the former Yugoslavia.
Samuel Saint Thomas: vocals and guitar
Tim Carbone: violin
M.J. Law: drums
Toby Costa: guitar
Len Mooney: keys, bass, and guitar