Zander Michigan | Kitchen Sink #1

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Kitchen Sink #1

by Zander Michigan

Singer-songwriter from Detroit, MI with a zeal for style and a zest for pop-folk tunes. Catchy songs to stylishly live your life by and inspire you to be the best you can be.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Born Again
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2. Feel Like Home
3:30 $0.99
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3. Our Last Words
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4. Something Special
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album was recorded at Tempermill Studios, Ferndale, MI.

Engineer: Gordon Smith
Mastering Engineer: Dave Feeny

Zander Michigan is Alexander Melidis

All music and lyrics were written by Alexander Melidis.

All songs were written in the kitchen on the cover of this album.

Alexander Melidis performs all instruments on these recordings aside from the following:
Gordon Smith also appears as stomps, claps, and limited backing vocals. He also appears as cello and trumpet on Feel Like Home.

This album is the first installment in the Kitchen Sink series of EPs.

This is a pivotal point in Zander Michigan's career. Moving away from a Dylan jukebox into his own element. You can still see elements of folk and Americana but with better song writing and more well rounded instrumentation. The transformation from caterpillar to butterfly is not quite complete but this is the first step. Sit back and enjoy this 14 minutes of pop-folk bliss from Zander Michigan.

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