Andy Brentnall | Quite Acoustic: Ballads

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Quite Acoustic: Ballads

by Andy Brentnall

This album features cover versions of songs by a number of my favourite songwriters from the 1960s and 1970s in an essentially acoustic environment, with steel-strung acoustic guitar and mandolin taking centre stage.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nanna's Song
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2. If I Were a Carpenter
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3. April Come She Will
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4. Time in a Bottle
3:03 $0.99
5. The First Cut Is the Deepest
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6. Tomorrow Is a Long Time
4:43 $0.99
7. Sweet Baby James
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8. Apology
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9. The Sound of Silence
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10. Wichita Lineman
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Album Notes
This album is a tribute to some of my favourite songwriters of the 1960s - a golden age, perhaps. Some of these songwriters have sadly passed on, others are, happily, still going strong. My remit was to set the songs in an essentially acoustic environment. My producer, co-arranger and co-musician on this disc is Mo Foster, one of the UK's most prestigious bass-guitar players, though on this CD he plays a bewildering variety of instruments, including electric and acoustic bass. Mo is established as a highly respected session musician, record producer, composer, solo artist, teacher, author and raconteur (website: We met at university in the mid-1960s where we were both members of the university group, (The Sounds of) The Baskervilles. It is a pleasure and privilege for me to have his invaluable support on this album so many years later.



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