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    Posted: January 23 2014 at 19:26
Dressed in Voices...
 
From the band's website: http://www.mostly-autumn.com
 

"We are delighted to announce the new album from Mostly Autumn - ‘Dressed in Voices’ is well under way as we speak.

As usual, to help fund the recording etc. We are offering the chance to pre-order a limited edition double album of all new music and limited to 2000 copies. The second album will never be released again.

In the past your support for this has been invaluable and all copies have sold out quickly. Yet again we thank you.

Also, by popular demand, we are offering an option to attend an acoustic gig and the very first airing of the new album which will be in York on 9th May. This will be limited to around 200 people where you will be able to socialise with the band and receive a signed copy of the limited edition double album of ‘Dressed in Voices’ – hot off the press.

It was a lovely experience last time as many people have commented. Venue to be confirmed – we will contact you by e-mail.

The price to pre-order the limited edition will be £22.00 plus P & P: http://www.mostly-autumn.com/mostlyautumnrecords/3/products/Dressed_In_Voices/.

The price for the special first listen party will be £40, which includes the acoustic gig, first listen and the signed Limited edition of Dressed in Voices."

A word from Bryan: -

Greetings everybody, I trust all is well.
What can I say about our new “Dressed in Voices” album? Well, without giving much away, it all started when I went away last October to write a jolly old Josh n Co album. The first thing that happened was a song that wrote itself on the first touch of the piano. I knew immediately that this wasn’t a jolly old Josh n Co song but indeed had the heavy dark stamp of a Mostly Autumn song with a concept within it. I tried to ignore it and wistfully carry on with the original plan but found it impossible to ignore, and so the album story continued to present itself and I knew we had no choice but to fulfil the concept.
To sum it up as best I can for now… this certainly isn’t a set of cheery pop songs… but there is sunshine in the darkest places – be prepared for a journey – we have “mostly” never sounded like this album before!!

 
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Confused I actually loved this band, Olivia has a great voice but I have lost my interest when Angela left. She was the core of the arrangements, an excellent multi-instrumentist and MA have missed her more than Heather. I don't know if I'll buy it.
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Originally posted by octopus-4

Confused I actually loved this band, Olivia has a great voice but I have lost my interest when Angela left. She was the core of the arrangements, an excellent multi-instrumentist and MA have missed her more than Heather. I don't know if I'll buy it.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Roj Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 29 2014 at 07:51
I prefer the present incarnation.  Olivia Sparnenn has the voice of an angel.  The present flautist/backing vox/multi instrumentalist is no slouch either.

For my money Ghost Moon Orchestra is the best album of their's I've heard so I'm really looking forward to this.  The York gig is a no-go for me unfortunately so I'll make do with the cd Wink.
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Originally posted by octopus-4

Confused I actually loved this band, Olivia has a great voice but I have lost my interest when Angela left. She was the core of the arrangements, an excellent multi-instrumentist and MA have missed her more than Heather. I don't know if I'll buy it.


Spot on.
But probably I will. At the worst I'm expecting a 3-stars album LOL
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