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The Stanton Files

by Arch Stanton

Arch Stanton touch base with many of the staples of classic pop and rock on this collection of 12 songs. Carefully crafted harmonies and melodies are infused with incise guitar work to create a sound that has both depth and range.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Strange Time
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2. On the Seventh Day
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3. Where Are You?
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4. Eyes Wide Open
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5. Technicolor Rainbow Dreams
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6. Pushed
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7. Concrete Eden
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8. Through a Glass Darkly
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9. When Alison Smiles
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10. Sunshine Down
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11. Sweet Anger
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12. Still It Makes No Sense
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Arch Stantons influences are rooted in the 60's pop scene and the era of 70's rock. The Who, The Beatles, Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, ELO, John Barry, Pink Floyd and AC/DC are the sounds that come to mind on this disc. The differing lead vocal styles of Clive Jackson and Edward Box also offer the listener a more varied experience and the two harmonize to great effect. Drums and bass come courtesy of Gary Foalle and Mick Robson and their tightness and groove is without question. The 3 - 4 minunute pop song format is king in Arch Stanton - every compostion is honed and zoned for maximum effect. This collection encompasses the years 1996 - 2000 (and with three new songs - Techniclor Rainbow Dreams, Concrete Eden and Sunshine Down - bringing it right up to date) it's the perfect way to check out what Arch Stanton has to offer.

STRANGE TIME 4.21
ON THE SEVENTH DAY 3.43
WHERE ARE YOU? 3.34
EYES WIDE OPEN 3.14
TECHNICOLOUR RAINBOW DREAMS 5.06
PUSHED 4.49
CONCRETE EDEN 3.33
THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY 3.42
WHEN ALISON SMILES 3.26
SUNSHINE DOWN 3.53
SWEET ANGER 4.02
STILL IT MAKES NO SENSE 4.21

Total running time 47.34

Clive Jackson - Guitar and Vocals
Edward Box - Guitar and Vocals
Gary Foalle - Bass
Mick Robson - Drums

Mark Burton - Keyboards Tracks 9 and 11
Graham Hattam - Drums Tracks 9 and 11

Tracks 1,2,3,4,6,8 and 12 engineered and mixed by Fred Purser

Tracks 5,7 and 10 engineered and mixed by Neil Lough

Tracks 9 and 11 engineered and mixed by Steve Charley with executive production by Dan 'The Colonel' Smiles

Produced by Edward Box and Clive Jackson

Photography by Mark Savage

Sleeve design by Pete Thompson

COPYRIGHT 2015
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Buchanproductions

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The Songwriting, production & quality of music here is impressive. Arch Stanton reminds me of the band "Oasis" Incredible similarities in vocal performance of the Lead singer John Power from the 1990's band "CAST". Every track is worth the listen and I highly recommend the album
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