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Patrick Sweany - Daytime Turned to Nighttime (2015) Lossless

30-10-2015, 12:42
Music | Blues | FLAC / APE

Patrick Sweany - Daytime Turned to Nighttime (2015) Lossless

Artist: Patrick Sweany
Title Of Album: Daytime Turned to Nighttime
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Nine Mile Records
Genre: Blues, Americana
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 40:49 min
Total Size: 253 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. First of the Week (3:51)
2. Tiger Pride (4:03)
3. Here to Stay (Rock and Roll) (4:33)
4. Sweethearts Together (3:33)
5. Back Home (4:21)
6. Afraid of You (4:07)
7. Too Many Hours (3:55)
8. Nothing Happened At All (3:47)
9. Mansfield Street (3:56)
10. Long Way Down (4:43)

Patrick Sweany returns with 'Daytime Turned To Nighttime', another record of smoldering blues and soul. "This is my grown-up record," declares Patrick Sweany about 'Daytime Turned to Nighttime', his seventh full-length record and latest for Austin label Nine Mile Records. The 40 year old Nashville singer/guitarist continues to work with local producer and engineer Joe McMahan, who lent his talents to Close To The Floor (2013) and That Old Southern Drag (2011). "Joe's been my go-to guy since I moved (to Nashville) from Akron, OH. I really admire his sense of space, and he helps recruit and communicate with the players we need for each project." In this case, McMahan and Sweany chose Ron Eoff (bass) and Bryan Owings (drums) as the rhythm section. "These guys have remarkable resumes," says Sweany, "Tony Joe White, Levon Helm, Solomon Burke, Allison Moorer, Patty Griffin, Buddy Miller, Wanda Jackson... and they are the funkiest, most soulful players you could ask for". And rather than using horns or keyboards to fill in the textures, singers Alexis Saski and Laura Mayo were brought in to give the record that late 60s/early 70s classic southern rock and soul sound. "Raw and purposely unpolished, it's got more in common with Delta bluesmen like Mississippi John Hurt and soul singers like Bill Withers than anything modern." - American Songwriter Magazine.

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