Andy Smythe | Love Unspoken

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Love Unspoken

by Andy Smythe

A unique and eclectic melting pot of contemporary folk, pop and country.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Autumn Gold
5:21 album only
2. Half Me Half You
3:37 album only
3. Real Love
3:52 album only
4. Love Unspoken
4:21 album only
5. San Francisco
6:35 album only
6. Why is Nothing Simple
5:08 album only
7. Whiskey Priest
4:41 album only
8. Still in love
4:37 album only
9. My Old School
5:09 album only
10. Love is the Only Healer
3:52 album only
11. Changing Seasons
5:14 album only
12. Lucky Man
4:59 album only
13. England in The Summer
5:50 album only


Album Notes
Andy Smythe is a singer/songwriter based in London. His album 'Love Unspoken' features 13 beautifully crafted songs which revisit his relationships, travels and childhood memories admist the landscapes of rural England.

The album features an organic band and was largely recorded on analogue tape. There are also two fascinating arrangements of Andy's songs by Chris Payne featuring a full orchestra and a wind band.

Andy is one of the UK's up and coming singer/songwriters who this year performed at both the Borderline and Broadstairs festivals. The album has recieved extensive radio play in the UK and in the USA.

'Big voice- songs beyond the scope of most singer/songwriters' Get Rhythm Magazine.

'Raggle Taggle with a witty urban edge' Folk Roots.

'Voice, band, songs, fiddle - a wonderful warm sound' Mike Scott, The Waterboys.



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