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It seems to be the heart, where all the ideas and visions of Andy Shearer come from. The English composer and instrumentalist of middlesbrough has one that gives him folky melodies, influenced of the music of his home and the rest of the world. We hear american folk, gigue, blues, country and many more styles all across country. We can imagine, that he loves the authentic, traditional sounds (something for the weekend), mixed up with rock (wonderland) and classical music (november rose). It sounds like the singing of a bird in the trees of everybody's home. Amazing, how he's able to integrate covers like „waterloo sunset“ of the kinks into his own sound, that we may think, it has always been an andy shearer tune.
The 21 compositions of this album are intrumentals, played with guitars, keyboards, percussion and electronic drums. Maybe there is a good emotional relationship to guitarists like david gilmour, chris rea, george harrison, peter green and jerry garcia – musicians andy surely know and love. His lead guitar work often reminds of the great tunes of the 70's. A dash of the 80's we hear especially in the keyboard arrangements.
After a longer traditional guitar based part of the album follows a couple of tunes with a more rocking sound, electronical and more straight. There are some journeys to the experimental adventure like in „stained glass smiles“, that reminds of some great progrock groups like allan parson's project, with noises, spoken words, sudden changes and long instrumental parts. Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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