Owen Campbell | The Basement Sessions

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The Basement Sessions

by Owen Campbell

A raw and early taste of Owen Campbell's work prior to his major success.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Sunshine Road
4:01 album only
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2. Glory Boy
3:50 album only
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3. Ol'55
3:40 album only
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4. Flower in the Gulags
3:23 album only
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5. A Masterpiece with You
3:50 album only
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6. Mean Old Devil and a Futile God
4:29 album only
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7. Hindu Blues
2:49 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After 3 best selling studio albums, 2 EP's and over 12 years of international touring, Owen Campbell has cemented himself as one of Australia's premier blues/rock exports. He has performed in many corners of the world from the USA, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Spain, Holland, Japan, Hong Kong, India and even performed at the highest blues festival in the world, The Himalayan Blues Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal. Every album upon release hit the top 10 on iTunes Blues Charts in over 10 countries. One of which "Sunshine Road" reached no1 on the overall charts (Australia), knocking Adele of the top spot in 2014.

This forgotten EP is a collection of songs recorded in a derelict building in Drogheda, Ireland circa 2011.
Owen gathered a team of friends/engineers/musicians and set up in an abandoned old building to record for 2 days.

A glimpse into the past, a rare and unspoilt collection. Owen Campbell in his rawest form. Piano accompaniment on some tracks by Donal Smith, a multi talented Drogheda musician.
For the die hard lovers of the pure and simple approach, this is a special treat.

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