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buzz cason – Surf and Turf

In Uncategorized on March 21, 2012 at 7:23 pm

introducing his latest project, “Surf and Turf,” a hybrid between Americana-style music, country music, and 1960s beach music. The new project features “Sandy,” a hit for Ronny and the Daytonas, a surf/hot-rod music group whose hits included “GTO” as well as “Sandy.” The surf portion of the CD contains songs that are unique in that they focus on the Panhandle region of Fla. where so many Southeasterners vacation. Cason is accompanied on the beach portion of “Surf and Turf,” by dynamic duo Sugarcane Jane — Anthony and Savana Lee Crawford — who recorded the beach songs at their Gulf Coast studio


Dulcie Taylor – Free of this Sorrow

In Uncategorized on March 20, 2012 at 5:12 pm

Dulcie’s album is produced by George Nauful, President of Mesa/Bluemoon (his production credits are numerous but include Jeff Golub, Rick Braun, Brian Culbertson, Black Uhuru), and features Dulcie on vocals, guitar, and dulcimer. She is backed by a stellar cast of musicians including John McEuen of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band on guitar, banjo and mandolin; Tim Pierce on electric and acoustic guitars (credits include Elton John, Faith Hill, Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen); Denny Fongheiser on drums (Lucinda Williams, Stevie Nicks, Bruce Springsteen); Scott Breadman on percussion (Jose Feliciano, Lindsey Buckingham, Pat Benatar); Dom Camardella (owner of Santa Barbara Sound Design) on keyboards (Flora Purim, Airto Moreira); Rick Braun on fluegelhorn (his own #1 jazz recordings as well as such artists as Rod Stewart, Tom Petty, Crowded House); Tony Recupido on vocals (The Witcher Brothers) and George Nauful (acoustic guitar and background vocals). The album was recorded at Santa Barbara Sound Design and engineered by Tomas Deltoro-Diaz . The vocals and mixing were done by Keith Olsenand Ian Van der Molen at Pogologo Studios in Arroyo Grande. Keith is a legendary producer/engineer – (Fleetwood Mac, Ozzie Osbourne, Pat Benatar, Rick Springfield, Carlos Santana, to name a few).

Jason White – The Longing

In Uncategorized on March 20, 2012 at 5:08 pm

The Longing is a stunning ten-song cycle that explores the longings and vagaries of the human heart. It begins with the gospel-tinged “For The Freeway Home” and the jaunty, loping title track, continues through the cinematic “Waitress” and Tin Pan Alley-like valentine “Perfect Stranger,” then winds down with the French-flavored “Belle Histoire d’Amour” and the breezy but black humor of “California.” With White’s strong acoustic guitar work and honey-on-sandpaper voice front and center, the collection offers up a melodic warmth that recalls 70s-era FM radio titans Elton John, Bread and The Eagles, while still sounding contemporary and completely fresh.

Melanie Rose Dyer – The Long Way Around

In Uncategorized on March 20, 2012 at 5:01 pm

Raised in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia..Steeped in the singer-songwriter forte,rock, folk, gospel, Motown, and country she was exposed to at an early age. A believer in songs that come from the heart and soul…a story-teller. As a songwriter has had cuts by Tom Rush, Helen Darling and Rick Trevino.  She has lived many lives, and tells the truth…with a groove.