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Seven Years is the name of this week's compilation. We are immensely happy to welcome back Richmond's brilliant Wallace Dietz who contributes two tracks, one from The Silent Boys' new record and one from the Steam Train Hearts' long-awaited album. Canada's folk rock upstarts, The James Yeldon Band, also return, as well as hard rocking Swiss rebels, The Vibes. We then have AB favourites, The Widows, with their brash take on post-punk, and the cosmic indie-soul crossover of Gasfoodlodging. Pawl and Ttypes, favourite's from last week's collection, also return to deliver a solo track each. These songs take on a cinematic pop approach.
The compilation opens with two bright prospects for the future. We have the Americana roots of David Newbould, a sound and a storyteller to rival Springsteen, and Joel David Weir with his relatable take on new wave. Jake Ian also arrives with his searching, ethereal country folk; Ol Billy Bob Boy gives us some 'Canadiana'; and Hemline Theory deliver some dark cabaret doo-wop.
There is then French synthwave from Lo-Bau, contemporary folk rock from Hinterlandband, and singer/songwriter-alt rock crossover from Jonas Carping. We have the progressive indie pop of The Wind Whistles, the whiskey-fuelled country of The Two Tracks, and the guitar-driven rock of Sean Jeffery. Proceedings wind down with the alternative rock of The Shaking and the totally unique jangle rock of Shut Eye.
Please download, listen loud, dig deeper with your discoveries and support Aldora Britain Records and independent music. Enjoy!
released October 30, 2020
This album is dedicated to Spencer Davis and Jerry Jeff Walker. Compiled by Tom Hilton for Aldora Britain Records. Artwork by Tom Hilton. 'Sin & Redemption' written by and used by permission of David Newbould, taken from 'Sin & Redemption' (2019). 'Guns And Religion' written by and used by permission of Joel David Weir, taken from 'My Quarantina' (2020). 'Unorthodox' written by and used by permission of Wallace Dietz, taken from 'Tilt-A-Whirl' (2020). 'Afternoon Musing' written by The James Yeldon Band, used by permission of James Yeldon, taken from 'Don't Need Sun To Shine' (2020). 'Sinner's City' written by The Vibes, used by permission of MoJo Daniel, taken from 'The World Is Yours' (2019). 'Take Me Down To The Bayside' written by and used by permission of Wallace Dietz, taken from 'Smoke & Cinder' (2020). 'Satellite Town' written by The Widows, used by permission of Kim Le Tan, taken from 'Popular Demand' (2019). 'That Damn Filthy River' written by and used by permission of Jake Ian, taken from 'Half A Day Away' (2020). 'Thrown Back Out Of Love' written by and used by permission of Bill Simms, taken from 'Sweltering Sun' (2020). 'Stuck' written by S. Tebbe/A. Renchen/A. Wernicki, used by permission of Hemline Theory, taken from 'Lessons In Hunger, Part I' (2020). 'Respire' written by Vincent Fallacara, used by permission of Antoine Villard, taken from 'Lo-Bau' (2020). 'Living Underground' written by Hinterlandband, used by permission of Colin Wylie, taken from 'Bon Echo' (2012). 'Guess I Would' written by and used by permission of Jonas Carping, taken from 'Strangers' (2020). 'Get With The Program' written by and used by permission of Dave Griffiths, taken from 'All Trashed Out' (2019). 'Wave Of Emotion' written by The Wind Whistles, used by permission of The Wind Whistles, taken from 'Sail Away' (2020). 'Whiskey Please' written by and used by permission of The Two Tracks, taken from 'Cheers To Solitude' (2020). 'Spencer And Rob' written by Ttypes, used by permission of Pawl, taken from 'Demos' (2013). 'Photo 51' written by and used by permission of Sean Jeffery, taken from 'Chemistry' (2020). 'Dominic' written by and used by permission of The Shaking, taken from 'Avilla Sky' (2020). 'Vertigo' written by and used by permission of Shut Eye, taken from 'Songs About Confidence & Victoria' (2020). 'Seven Years' written by Paul Krauss/James Pope, used by permission of Pawl, taken from 'Archetypes' (2011).