Douglas Rich | Scuba

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by Douglas Rich

A mixture of midtempo pop niceties with flavors of Barenaked Ladies, XTC, Bowie, and Alan Parsons.
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You Don't Know Me
2:48 $0.99
2. We Are One
4:12 $0.99
3. All I Ever Wanted
5:09 $0.99
4. If These Walls Could Speak
5:32 $0.99
5. Many Brilliant Pieces
3:48 $0.99
6. Dr. Jekyl
3:04 $0.99
7. All Out of Time
3:22 $0.99
8. Hands
3:58 $0.99
9. Hallelujah
5:07 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Note: All songs available as singles at iTunes.
San Francisco based artist Douglas Rich received an Honorable Mention Award from Billboard's 11th Annual Song Contest for his single, All I Ever Wanted, from his release SCUBA. For SCUBA, he brought together session players Jon Evans (Tori Amos), Haroun Serang (Robert Rich), and Dan Foltz. He also performs as a session vocalist for various San Francisco based artists.

Hear what fans/industry are saying about the music:

"I am driving in my car and flipping through the radio channels...I hear nothing that sounds remotely as good as this...why?" reviewer

"I'm not a big pop star fan but I like this!" Lil reviewer

"Good pop/punk song (Dr. Jekyl) with awesome melody and quirky vocal lines. Great story, groove, and dynamics. Can you say Queen meets Barenaked Ladies and XTC? Uh-huh...I thought you could."

"These songs are well done. They are melodic and have a nice focus on big vocals. The lead vocal performances are very strong throughout...your interpretation of If These Walls Could Speak is totally made it your own." Taxi review

"The song (Dr. Jekyl) sounds like a clever amalgam of David Bowie, Elvis Costello, and Kurt Cobain." Curtis

Players: Douglas Rich (vocals, keyboards)
Jon Evans (bass)
Dan Foltz (drums)
Haroun Serang (guitars)
Scott Llamas (additional guitar on Dr. Jekyl)
Rodney Douglas (bgv's on Hands)

Instruments Recorded at San Pablo Studios in Berkeley, CA and Hyde Street Studios in San Francisco, CA. Vocals recorded at Pop Smear Studios in San Rafael, CA. Mixed and mastered at Pop Smear Studios by Scott Llamas.



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Michael Behrns-Miller

Smooth sounds, engaging lyrics
Repeat listening recommended, it keeps getting better!

Paul Grammatico

Smooth Vocals, Engaging compositions
A wonderful mix of relaxing pop and rock. Should be played numerous times.

Donald Hester

One sweet album
Now this is why we need independant labels. Douglas Rich is amazing! The songs are light, lyrical and melodic, especially his original compositions. The perfect CD for a lazy afternoon.

Tom Lombardo- (Honolulu)

Refreshing sounds! Sweet, melancholy and upbeat!
Such a refreshing mixture of sounds and tempo! My three favorites are: "If These Walls Could Talk"- so sweet and melancholy. "Dr. Jekyl"- lots of fun, reminds me of the "Rocky Horror Picture Show" (haha) and "You Dont Know Me"- very upbeat way to make his point. Sign me up for the whole CD! (grin)