Andrew Chart | The Come & Go

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The Come & Go

by Andrew Chart

Upbeat acoustic pop, written and recorded in 30 days in August 2012.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. The Come & Go
2:38 album only
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2. Anything Goes
4:21 album only
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3. The Wanderer
3:16 album only
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4. Take Your Stones
3:30 album only
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5. One Glass Eye
5:21 album only
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6. Half
5:14 album only
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7. Grow
4:09 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I set myself the challenge of writing and recording an LP in 30 days. Starting on August 1st 2012, I penned and recorded 7 songs at home in Surrey, UK - The Come & Go - inspired by a busy and eventful summer.

The Come & Go, I hope, will represent the end of a songwriting era where I would be overly perfectionist, and end up with little to really show off at the end. I wanted something that I could show to the world, and not just individual songs for once - a collection.

This LP challenged my concentration, my muse and my songwriting capabilities. The Come & Go has 7 songs which stylistically seem to span my entire songwriting life, starting about 12 years ago. Each one has a different approach, yet all my usual traits, melodies and chords seemed to find their way in there.

I hope that people who have heard my music before and liked it will agree that this LP is classic "me", and I hope it is a platform for me to produce a great full-length album too, in the next couple of years.

Many thanks for listening
Andrew Chart

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