Jake Tavill | Indigo Child

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Indigo Child

by Jake Tavill

If the soulful, empathetic lyrics and melodies of Marvin Gaye, Isaac Hayes, and Bill Withers had an illegitimate child with the vintage, therapeutic blues of Albert King, B.B. King, and Eric Clapton, it would result in the music of Jake Tavill.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. I Won't Go
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2. It'd Be a Crime
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3. Pleading
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4. On Your Own
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5. Tryin' Ain't Enough
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6. C'est La Vie
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7. I Ain't Me
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8. Indigo Child
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9. Only Yesterday
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10. To Say Goodbye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Produced and Mixed by Darryl Swann
Mastered by Lea Serres
Recorded at - Shorefire Recording Studios (Long Branch, NJ) Co-Engineered by Darryl Swann and Joseph DeMaio, Clear Lake Recording Studios (North Hollywood, CA) Co-Engineered by Darryl Swann and Ara Sarkisian, and Blue Rhode Recording Studios (North Hollywood, CA) Engineered by Darryl Swann and 2nd Engineered by Kelon Richardson
Artwork By Fintan Whelan (“Motions”)
Graphic Design by Beth Sillen

Musicians:

Jake Tavill – Lead Vocals/Rhodes/Piano/Organ
Ben Ley – Drums
Brendan Bennett – Bass
Christian Ace – Acoustic Guitar/ Electric Guitar (Tracks 1, 5, 6, 8)
Evan Stanley – Electric Guitar (Tracks 6, 7, 9, 10)
Gregg Zubowicz – Electric Guitar (Track 4)
Sonia Harley – Background Vocals
Paul Legaspi – Secondary Percussion
Jeff Sharoff – Trombone
Joe Gullace – Trumpet
Luca Provenzano – Tenor Sax
Julia Mosby – Violin
Seth Van Embden – Viola
Kevin Maa - Cello

After years of writing, pre-production, and arranging, 100 hours in multiple studios, and months of post-production, my vision has finally come to fruition and "Indigo Child" is complete and ready for your listening pleasure :) It would never have been possible, though, without the hard work and creative efforts of the many amazing people that contributed to its creation. So a big thank you goes out to Darryl Swann, Joseph DeMaio, Ara Sarkision, Kelon Richardson, Lea Serres, Ben Ley, Brendan Bennett, Christian Ace, Evan Stanley, Gregg Zubowicz, Sonia Harley, Paul Legaspi, Jeff Sharoff, Joe Gullace, Luca Provenzano, Julia Mosby, Seth Van Embdem, Kevin Maa, my parents Judi and Mike Tavill, Bill Grillo, and Beth Sillen for all their hard work and dedication to the creation of this record. I would also like to give a special thanks to Sean Molley and Nick Piescor for coming by and helping out in the studio in their spare time; you guys are great friends and helped out a ton. None of this would have been possible without everyone's help and for that I am very thankful.

Sincerely,
Jake Tavill

Biography:

If the soulful, empathetic lyrics and melodies of Marvin Gaye, Isaac Hayes, and Bill Withers had an illegitimate child with the vintage, therapeutic blues of Albert King, B.B. King, and Eric Clapton, it would result in the music of Jake Tavill. He voices his messages through honest, introspective lyrics. His music is simple, but not simplistic.
At 17, he has studied music at Berklee College of Music, NYU Tisch, and the Village East Conservatory. He plays frequently around his home state of New Jersey and anywhere else he finds the opportunity. Obviously Jake loves writing and performing his music, but nothing makes him feel happier than him having a personal connection with his audience.

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