Birdsong At Morning - Annals of My Glass House mp3 downloadPerformer: Birdsong At Morning
Title: Annals of My Glass House
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Birdsong At Morning - Annals of My Glass House mp3 download
Annals of My Glass House.
Recorded March 18, 2011 in Cambridge, Mass.
Album · 2011 · 12 Songs. More By Birdsong At Morning. See All. Annals of My Glass House, Vol. 2. 2011.
New Birdsong At Morning album arriving in 2018. Birdsong At Morning is going to be part of a special event at UMass Lowell on Friday, Sept. 23. We'll be playing a couple of songs with two guest percussionists, and the Lowell String Quartet. When they made their debut, they did so with a four CD box set called Annals of My Glass House, a collection of EPs that each purveyed a different theme rich in exotic allure. By any measure, that’s an ambitious introduction. However that was five years.
Led by songer/songwriter Alan Williams, along with compatriots Darleen Wilson (guitar) and Greg Porter (bass), and a host of new and old collaborators, Birdsong At Morning spins elegant tapestries of sound, words, and music.
Birdsong At Morning, Category: Artist, Albums: Signs and Wonders, A Slight Departure, Annals of My Glass House, Vol. 1, Annals of My Glass House, Vol. 2, Monthly Listeners: 103, Where People Listen: Mexico City, Oslo, Monterrey, Toronto, Chicago. Listen to Birdsong At Morning now. Listen to Birdsong At Morning in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Annals of My Glass House is the AW: Actually it was. astounding 25-song, 4-CD boxed set bit odd. We came about the strategy release from Birdsong At Morning that after a very long dry spell of not mastermind, Alan Williams, has making music or writing at all. We referred to as a 2-hour song.
Annals of My Glass House. Music and Concert Video. It is with great pleasure that we bring you our new Birdsong At Morning release, Signs and Wonders. More than a year in the making, the album contains 10 new Alan Williams originals, as well as a unique and timely interpretation of Supertramp’s The Logical Song. Recorded with the same team that created our previous release, A Slight Departure (Ben Wittman – drums, Thomas Juliano – guitar, David Minehan – Engineer, Adam Ayan – Mastering), the album extends our sound even further, with a 20-piece string orchestra, and a guest appearance from Lowell’s anarchist brass band collective, The Party.
Glass House were a stellar male/female vocal group with a good deep soul sound – very much in the spirit of other Invictus albums of the era, with a tremendous feel for down home, gritty soul but executed with the smooth HDH vibe. Ronald Dunbar handled all of the production for nd, and he also wrote most of the tracks. On the strength of decent sales, the quartet recorded a supporting album – 1970’s Inside the Glass House. Even though Payne co-wrote three of the album’s nine tracks, they were totally a studio entity, and completely at the mercy of their producers. That meant the album was quite diverse with the nd organization using the collection as an opportunity to trot out a diverse assortment of styles and material; much of it not particularly well suited for the quartet.