Bought a House

Nick Capaldi

Bought a House
Performed By Nick Capaldi
Album UPC 887516050978
CD Baby Track ID 10141741
Label Orange Pop Records & Tapes
Released 2012-11-20
BPM 96
Rated 0
ISRC NLVS91200009
Year 2012
Spotify Plays 83
Writers
Writer Nick Capaldi
Pub Co Orange Pop Records & Tapes
Composer Nick Capaldi
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United Kingdom

Description

"Everything that was groovy and cool about the sixties, with a twist of Power Pop and a touch of the now included."

Notes

Nick's sound is a swirl of 60s 70s with a modern twist. The album is produced by Rolling Stones producer Chris Kimsey and Everaldo Pechler and demonstrates nicks love for melody and vintage vibes. "It's a real mixed bag of retro, there's a bit of blues, rock n roll, ballads, there's psychedelic suprises and even a mowtown style song"

A Shade Of Orange was recorded at Fish Factory Studios in London together with Nick's old time friend Gareth Owen, Luke Watson and Thomas Hughes.

The album features contributions of Patrick Campbell-Lyons singer of the original Nirvana, british blues award winner Marcus Bonfanti and members of London's hottest rock band Saint Jude.

The opening track "Stanley Arms Brigade" is also the first single of the album and recently released as a limited edition orange vinyl single.

What others say about Nick Capaldi:

"Loving the new single, sounds perfect for summer" - 'Whispering' Bob Harris (BBC Radio 2)
-“Beautiful melodies and voice” - P J Harvey
-"I love it! So much, that I bought it!!!! Really, really cool stuff" - Brad Pemberton (Ryan Adams and the Cardinals)
-"Not Just a breath of fresh air, this is a gale force 9!!!"- Chris Kimsey (Producer of the Rolling Stones)

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