The Nymphs | It's Been a Long Time Awaiting

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It's Been a Long Time Awaiting

by The Nymphs

Vintage vocal pop with humble 'porch' style tunes, bombastic big band numbers, heartbreaking ballads and swinging sassy ditties.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It's Been a Long Time Awaitin'
3:32 $1.69
2. Doctor
2:15 $1.69
3. Shake
2:36 $1.69
4. Hope I Feel Better Soon
3:41 $1.69
5. Tennessee Waltz
4:14 $1.69
6. Grave Shift
3:27 $1.69
7. Lookin' for Love
3:11 $1.69
8. Who Will Come
4:36 $1.69
9. Factory Lunch
3:16 $1.69
10. Mama
2:30 $1.69
11. I Keep a Hum
3:51 $1.69
12. Why Oh Why
2:25 $1.69
13. Come the Day I Die
3:14 $1.69
14. Deep Storage (feat. Henry Wagons)
3:20 $1.69
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Album Notes
The Nymphs work harmony like nobody’s business. The Melbourne-based vocal quartet combine influences of 40s jazz, 50s swing and early 60s pop to create their unique and edgy sound. Add to this a dash of matching vintage glamour and you get something akin to The Andrew Sisters drinking single malt with Mae West at a late night blues bar.

Launching their first full length album, It’s Been a Long Time Awaiting, The Nymphs teamed up with producer Steven Schram (Cat Empire, Clairy Browne and the Bangin' Rackettes) to record and produce first single Shake and double A-side Who Will Come in 7 inch vinyl format, which they launched in April 2013. They recorded the remainder of the album with critically acclaimed musician Henry Wagons donning his (rather stylish) recording engineer hat.

It’s Been a Long Time Awaiting demonstrates the stylistic versatility of The Nymphs, with humble ‘porch’ style tunes, bombastic big band numbers, heartbreaking ballads and sassy swinging ditties. With complex arrangements, the use of vocal techniques to mimic the sounds of brass and string instruments, and stamps, claps and clicks for percussion, this album is entirely a cappella. The exception is final track Deep Storage, which features guitar and Henry Wagons as the unfortunate lover of a gin-soaked murderess.



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