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Badly Written Songs' is, of course, a tongue-in-cheek title. It comprises a carefully structured and well-produced array of songwriting, topped and tailed with live instrumentation, commanding vocal performances and high-end production: the result of years of sound engineering and music production experience. Since the last album, Ross Hillard has continually honed his skills whilst earnestly crafting this sophomore long player. As well as developing a range of audio plug-ins, Ross also manages recording sessions at his own Paddocks Recording Studios: huge live spaces boast cutting-edge technology, integrated with distinguished analogue kit. The studio is complemented by a collection of prized microphones, together with a fully-restored vintage Raindirk mixing desk.The opening track and first single from this album is the positively anthemic gem entitled 'Good Morning Sunshine'. It tells a forward-looking story promoting the merits of getting back into the driving seat of life. It's propelled further by superb jazz-inspired drums and live horns that build up to an exhilarating crescendo. Featuring the vocal talents of Sophia Marshall, the story she paints is supported by a wonderful, darkly humorous cartoon video. An animated cadaver hilariously acts out her notions of positive living. Other tracks also destined for a single release include: 'Loving You'. It's a song written around love lost. A bouncing house composition lays the foundations for Sophia Marshall's beautiful vocal that narrates the many facets to be found in loving another person. 'Better' again echoes jazz-inspired drums behind Sophia's vocals, drawing attention to how so many people are lost on their devices, missing out on the awesome world around them. A catchy chorus chants the notion behind this song, i.e., that you 'could be better!' This single is also supported by another fantastic video featuring the same comical, deceased character introduced through the 'Good Morning Sunshine' video.Tracklisting:A1. Good Morning SunshineA2. BetterA3. Coming BackA4. SFSA5. Loving YouB1. Was This LoveB2. All I Ever WantedB3. Thinkin' BoutB4. Exit
Badly Written Songs' is, of course, a tongue-in-cheek title. It comprises a carefully structured and well-produced array of songwriting, topped and tailed with live instrumentation, commanding vocal performances and high-end production: the result of years of sound engineering and music production experience. Since the last album, Ross Hillard has continually honed his skills whilst earnestly crafting this sophomore long player. As well as developing a range of audio plug-ins, Ross also manages recording sessions at his own Paddocks Recording Studios: huge live spaces boast cutting-edge technology, integrated with distinguished analogue kit. The studio is complemented by a collection of prized microphones, together with a fully-restored vintage Raindirk mixing desk.The opening track and first single from this album is the positively anthemic gem entitled 'Good Morning Sunshine'. It tells a forward-looking story promoting the merits of getting back into the driving seat of life. It's propelled further by superb jazz-inspired drums and live horns that build up to an exhilarating crescendo. Featuring the vocal talents of Sophia Marshall, the story she paints is supported by a wonderful, darkly humorous cartoon video. An animated cadaver hilariously acts out her notions of positive living. Other tracks also destined for a single release include: 'Loving You'. It's a song written around love lost. A bouncing house composition lays the foundations for Sophia Marshall's beautiful vocal that narrates the many facets to be found in loving another person. 'Better' again echoes jazz-inspired drums behind Sophia's vocals, drawing attention to how so many people are lost on their devices, missing out on the awesome world around them. A catchy chorus chants the notion behind this song, i.e., that you 'could be better!' This single is also supported by another fantastic video featuring the same comical, deceased character introduced through the 'Good Morning Sunshine' video.Tracklisting:A1. Good Morning SunshineA2. BetterA3. Coming BackA4. SFSA5. Loving YouB1. Was This LoveB2. All I Ever WantedB3. Thinkin' BoutB4. Exit
5060202597871
Magic Number - Badly Written Songs

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Atjazz
Rel. Date: 04/12/2024
UPC: 5060202597871

Badly Written Songs
Artist: Magic Number
Format: Vinyl
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Badly Written Songs' is, of course, a tongue-in-cheek title. It comprises a carefully structured and well-produced array of songwriting, topped and tailed with live instrumentation, commanding vocal performances and high-end production: the result of years of sound engineering and music production experience. Since the last album, Ross Hillard has continually honed his skills whilst earnestly crafting this sophomore long player. As well as developing a range of audio plug-ins, Ross also manages recording sessions at his own Paddocks Recording Studios: huge live spaces boast cutting-edge technology, integrated with distinguished analogue kit. The studio is complemented by a collection of prized microphones, together with a fully-restored vintage Raindirk mixing desk.The opening track and first single from this album is the positively anthemic gem entitled 'Good Morning Sunshine'. It tells a forward-looking story promoting the merits of getting back into the driving seat of life. It's propelled further by superb jazz-inspired drums and live horns that build up to an exhilarating crescendo. Featuring the vocal talents of Sophia Marshall, the story she paints is supported by a wonderful, darkly humorous cartoon video. An animated cadaver hilariously acts out her notions of positive living. Other tracks also destined for a single release include: 'Loving You'. It's a song written around love lost. A bouncing house composition lays the foundations for Sophia Marshall's beautiful vocal that narrates the many facets to be found in loving another person. 'Better' again echoes jazz-inspired drums behind Sophia's vocals, drawing attention to how so many people are lost on their devices, missing out on the awesome world around them. A catchy chorus chants the notion behind this song, i.e., that you 'could be better!' This single is also supported by another fantastic video featuring the same comical, deceased character introduced through the 'Good Morning Sunshine' video.Tracklisting:A1. Good Morning SunshineA2. BetterA3. Coming BackA4. SFSA5. Loving YouB1. Was This LoveB2. All I Ever WantedB3. Thinkin' BoutB4. Exit
        
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