We are back this week with REMEMBER, remember all the great music still being made all around the globe. 20 tracks from 20 artists, varying styles and genres on show. Something for everyone. Time to make a few fresh discoveries.
This week we see a number of good friends returning. We have Michael Weiskopf with classic-sounding American folk rock and the crushingly dark pop of Psykobilly. There is also the world-travelling singer/songwriter of LPA Songs and Spanish-style southern rock from Luback. Our final returner this week is Tenderhooks who contribute their magnus opus, 'Mermaids'.
The remainder of this collection is made up of artists totally new to Aldora Britain Records, and what a pleasure it is to welcome them. We welcome Lloyd James Fay who contributes a track from his recent solo record and another from his 2012 album with his past project, Thula Borah. There is also the dark neo-folk of Mr. Alec Bowman, the southern hard rock of Dreadful, and the vintage indie pop of Damon Mitchell. There is then free-roaming folk rock from Lynn Jackson, psychedelic indie folk from The Company Of Men, and time-tested traditional folk from Alex Sturbaum.
There is still plenty more to come. Jim Powell delivers some earthy folk rock, The Soundabout give us a beautiful soundscape of adult pop, and Alex Blum & The Roadside Quartet bring us travelling alternative country. There is further adventures with Josie Bello's observational country folk, Steve Gibson's folk blues, and Robert Connely Farr's raw take on the blues. The Maximum Chill are our final contributing artist with their experimental freakwave of jazz, soul and blues.
Please download, support AB Records and independent music, and dig deeper with any artists that you like. This is the future of the music industry, come along for the ride.
released September 18, 2020
This album is dedicated to Jimi Hendrix, 50 years ago today, a legend and an innovator. Album compiled by Tom Hilton for Aldora Britain Records. Original cover photography taken by Malcolm and Macy Hilton. 'Hand In Hand' written by and used by permission of Alec Bowman, taken from 'I Used To Be Sad & Then I Forgot' (2020). 'Upper-Class Supersucker' written by Dreadful, used by permission of Jonas Marty, taken from 'A Damn Good Ride' (2019). 'Just A Face' written by and used by permission of Damon Mitchell, taken from 'Elise' (2019). 'Tattoo Of Jesus' written by and used by permission of Michael Weiskopf, taken from 'Lost In Amerika: 9 1/2 Stories' (2018). 'Running It Down' written by and used by permission of Lynn Jackson, taken from 'Lionheart' (2020). 'You, The Night And Me' written by The Company Of Men, used by permission of Arnaud Martin, taken from 'Sounds Of The Century' (2020). 'Sweet Mary Starbuck' written by and used by permission of Alex Sturbaum, taken from 'Loomings' (2020). 'Idiocracy' written by and used by permission of Lloyd James Fay, taken from 'Fake Depth' (2020). 'As I Drown' written by and used by permission of Bill Newton, taken from 'Blank Candle' (2020). 'No Future For The Fearless' written by and used by permission of Jim Powell, taken from 'A Thirsty Sea' (2017). 'Wash Away' written by The Soundabout, used by permission of Daniel Cleland, taken from '3 Songs You Weren't Really Waiting For' (2020). 'Givin' Up' written by and used by permission of Patrick Storedahl, taken from 'Barefoot In A Parking Lot' (2020). 'Days Count' written by LPA Songs, used by permission of Laurence Petre Allen, taken from 'About Time... ' (2020). 'Not The America Of My Dreams' written by and used by permission of Josie Bello, taken from 'Have Purpose Live Long' (2020). 'Skye Falling' written by Thula Borah, used by permission of Lloyd James Fay, taken from 'Live Secretly' (2012). 'Broken Circle' written by and used by permission of Steve Gibson, taken from 'I Ain't Got No Home' (2020). 'All Good' written by and used by permission of Robert Connely Farr, *taken from upcoming album* (2020). 'My Home' written by and used by permission of Christian Del Corral, taken from 'The Deal' (2019). 'What's Wrong' written by and used by permission of The Maximum Chill, taken from 'Here Come Those Freaks!' (2018). 'Mermaids' written by and used by permission of Markus Leinweber, taken from '20-20 Vision' (2020).