Chrisy McCullagh | Andrea's Time

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Andrea's Time

by Chrisy McCullagh

Alternative world dark acoustic folk rock.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nevermind
3:31 $2.99
2. Have You Seen
4:47 $2.99
3. All That You Touch
4:10 $2.99
4. I Am the Key
3:29 $2.99
5. Sticky Fingers
3:57 $2.99
6. Merry Ghost Town
3:37 $2.99
7. For Those yet to Come
3:37 $2.99
8. You Can't Kid a Kidder
5:24 $2.99
9. Andrea's Time
5:00 $2.99
10. Raise Us
6:22 $2.99
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Album Notes
"Whether singing his self-written solo material as a singer/songwriter or playing his self-penned material with the musical collective, The Secret Animals, Chrisy McCullagh is a force to be reckoned with on the contemporary music scene.
His high-register vocals are as unique as his almost dream-like lyrics and sound combinations.
McCullagh's distinctive trance-like vocals, ranging from soulful to hypnotic, determine a degree of moodiness in songs like Empty Vase, while the atmospheric and psychedelic, Bright Lights, is retro with a modern edge; creating an almost dream-like soundscape within an unusual combination of instrumentation.
Cry For His Name offers an avant-garde jazz sound, concealing a series of interesting instrumental moments, while the haunting feel of Empty Goodbyes hides an almost classically-tinged backing behind McCullagh's own wall of sound.
If you are looking for something different, musically, Chrisy McCullagh is unique and you will not have heard anything like him before"
- Damien Murry -The Daily Mirror, BBC, The Telegraph.



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