Simon McKechnie | From My Head to My Feet

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From My Head to My Feet

by Simon McKechnie

Sweeping vistas and rich textures run throughout this collection of new progressive rock songs and instrumentals.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hymn of Apollo
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2. Jane Wenham's Trial
6:29 $0.99
3. Year of Light
7:47 $0.99
4. From My Head to My Feet
4:08 $0.99
5. Melita
6:48 $0.99
6. Once Upon a Time
12:28 $0.99
7. The Harpist's Song
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Album Notes
'An outstanding achievement in progressive rock' - Exposé on Simon's album 'Newton's Alchemy'

Simon McKechnie (pronounced Makeknee) is a composer, arranger and musician who is based in London, UK. His new album From My Head To My Feet is his third progressive rock release following Newton's Alchemy (2014) and Clocks and Dark Clouds (2013). His 2011 release London Reborn is a collection of interpretations of beautiful old London folk songs.

Simon has written for BBC television, classical ensembles Golden Section and The Society Of Strange And Ancient Instruments, and written arrangements for Roberto Pla's Latin Jazz Orchestra. He was the founder, leader and composer of the music for the jazz fusion group Azul. Azul's 2004 tour with a contemporary dancer was a Jazz pick of the week in British national newspaper The Guardian. Their music was regularly heard on BBC Radio3. He also wrote a musical with author Gary Waterman that is based on the life of the 18th century Sephardi boxer Daniel Mendoza. This was featured as part of Greenwich Theatre's Musical Futures festival in 2005.

‘The story-songs have freshnes and humour about them which is very London' - The Telegraph on 'London Reborn'

‘Its span and dimension holds you entranced. It has sweeping vistas and changing paces. It is street theatre. It is folk art for your ears. It is London.’ -
FolkWords on 'London Reborn'



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