Brian Taguchi | Songs for the Lone Adelie

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Songs for the Lone Adelie

by Brian Taguchi

Energetic, chunky guitars carry the weight of the story-driven vocal melodies, touring you through a highlight reel of progressive folk-rock tunes written and recorded over the course of 6 years. Something for everyone here!
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. The Whipper (feat. Noah St. Amand & Joel Yearsley)
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2. Mend
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3. Pipe
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4. Not Like This
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5. I Thought You
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6. Beam
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7. Medina Man
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8. All Seasons
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9. Urban Camo
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10. Story of Our Arrivals
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In early 2000, the original version of Songs From the Lone Adelie was recorded (in a basement and in four days). Many of the songs on this album were developed further and re-recorded in a Guelph basement in 2005, so in the redux (again, with some help from Zane @ NOP) is called "Songs For The Lone Adelie" and the heavy-hitters are Beam, Mend, The Whipper, Pipe and Not Like This. A relatively raw and varied set of tracks, the emotional stage rotates from track to track, from story to story; drowning, getting mad at the neighbour for breaking your balls, tapping in to the pipe that takes fresh water past your house and up to the wealthy neighbours, arriving home to your ex who came for a surprise visit from the other side of Canada, being trapped by a dangerous man in Morocco, etc. Lots of stories here - I hope you enjoy them.

Words, Music, Instruments by Brian Taguchi 1999-2005.

Mixed by Brian Taguchi with help from Zane Whitfield @ North of Princess, Kingston, ON

Mastered by Phil Bova @ Bova Lab, Ottawa, ON

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