Only 200 Pressings Recorded At Affordable Audio Culver City California. Simon Pillach Acoustic Bass, John Bryan Acoustic Guitar, Nancy Bryan Song Writer And Vocals.
Direct to Disc is the second album by FM, a progressive rock group from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, recorded late 1977 and released May 1978. It was also issued under the title Head Room. It was the first FM album to feature Ben Mink, who replaced founding member Nash the Slash on electric violin and electric mandolin, instruments which Nash also played. It has been re-released for the first time in CD format on Esoteric Records in February 2013.
Nancy Bryan's stunning debut album, Lay Me Down, is full of original songs touching on a variety of emotions from apocalyptic visions and the struggle of the inner soul to sensitively spun tales of love spinning out of control. Now on 45rpm and Pressed at Pallas! Likened to artists such as Joni Mitchell and Sarah McLachlan, Bryan has a bell-like tone that carries any subject matter straight to the heart of her audience.
The Direct-to-Disc vinyl and potentially a Direct-to-2track reel-to-reel tape is being released under the Brilliance Music & Studios label. We recorded Four Seasons in Jazz: The Anne Bisson Trio Live at Bernie's over the weekend March 4 & 5, 2017. I'll be posting the picture story of that magical weekend here over the next few days. Here are the artistes relaxing after the first day's recording. Left to Right - Pierre Tanguay (Drums), Anne Bisson (Vocals, Piano), Jean-Bertrand Carbou (Acoustic Bass)
The sound reproduction throughout this SACD has palpable presence. She sounds like she's phoning it in on this disc. If your looking for a quick fling into something new, this disc is for you.
05 - Come Back to Me. 06 - Sweet Havana. 08 - My Love Is a Message. 10 - In and Out of Time. Nancy Bryan - Lay Me Down (1997, XRCD)/ - . 0.
An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc (CD), vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved after 1948 into single vinyl LP records played at 33 1⁄3 rpm. Vinyl LPs are still issued, though album sales in the 21st-century have mostly focused on CD and MP3 formats.
|A1||Where Did All The Feelings Go||3:46|
|B1||Skating At The Edge||3:42|
|B2||I Hear Voices||4:16|