About this album
You can buy best quality mp3/wavs from http://music.robingrey.com/ - if you have enjoyed this album please consider buying it.
Please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know if you use my music anywhere - it is always fun to see where it ends up - I am also happy to discuss licensing and sync for commercial projects.
Released by modifythevan - a creative commons record label - http://www.modifythevan.com
Debut album from Robin Grey.
10 tracks of gently experimental nu-folk inspired by the timeless work of Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and Ani Difranco amongst many others.
"Bluesy and folky... it’s a really bloody good album." Song By Toad
"Grey is one of those wonderful talents that could recite the phone directory on record and you’d still be enthralled." Another Form Of Relief
"Very english... a great voice and a distinctive sound which is enhanced further by his excellent backing group." Backstage Pass
"Exceptionally talented... a voice you could easily listen to for hours."
The Hackney Post
All words and music by Robin Grey
except track 7, words by Robin Grey, music by Robin Grey and Iain MacLeod.
(c) & (p) 2008 Robin Grey.
Recorded by Robin Grey at The Blue Door.
Mixed by Dean Firth and Marc Specter at Sandy Lodge Studio.
Mastered by Dominique Brethes at Flow Mastering.
Robin Grey - vocals, guitars, banjo, ukulele, charango, double bass,
electric bass, mandolin, percussion, drums, piano and organetta.
Iain Macleod - banjo on 'These Days' and 'Women',
cajon on 'Somewhere' and tabla on 'Five'.
Joe Allen - percussion on 'These Days'.
Joe Allen appears courtesey of Island Records.
Tom Cambata - drums on 'The Last Time I Saw David'.
Ruth Theodore - vocals on 'Somewhere'.
Mark Watt - double bass on 'Every Waking Hour'.
Emma Marcello - voice on ‘Women’.
Hugh Coltman - harmonica on 'The Last Time
I Saw David', harmonica, ukulele and percussion.
on 'Only The Missile'.
Cover Photography by Gabrielle Motola.
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