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“That was an important time in the growth of that incarnation of the band”, says Haynes, who acted as supervising producer on this collection.“We had just released "Hittin’ The Note" and everybody was psyched to be playing a lot of new material from an album we all were very proud of and there was new life being breathed into a lot of the older songs”.Lines about faces on street corners "all just looking for a place called somewhere", naturally give the gentle tune a vintage Byrds feel, built on a foundation of poetic 60's idealism, yet easily translated to the 21st century social media conscious ethos."Gene Clark Sings For You" and "The Rose Garden" will both be available on Omnivore Records, June 15th, 2018.Chris Rainbow also worked extensively adding vocal contributions to artists’ work of the calibre of The Alan Parsons Project, Culture Club, Elaine Paige and Toyah Wilcox, as well as producing albums for the likes of Scottish Gaelic rock group Runrig.Includes the singles ‘Love You Eternally’, ‘Ring Ring’ and ‘Body Music’.
All that exists has been and will someday be something else. ctive as a solo recording artist between the years of 19, Chris Rainbow wrote and recorded 3 very highly regarded albums, "Home Of The Brave" in 1975, "Looking Over My Shoulder" in 1978 and this release, his 3rd full length recording, "White Trails" in 1979, as well as a collection of singles throughout his valued career.Keith Hargreaves, reviewing Messinger’s acclaimed 2017 release "America 2.0 "for Americana UK wrote, "'America 2.0' is an extraordinary album that attempts to examine the very concept of what America is in the Trump era, and what it means to be part of the great American melting pot. He concludes that "'America 2.0' is a “powerful examination of America 2017 from a true artist”. Released on Columbia, it was hailed as a true great power pop record of the time by groups such as Cheap Trick.With songwriting elements that channel Beck meets Marley meets Zappa, Messinger explains. “Rick Nielsen called me one night”, Zuider Zee’s Richard Orange recalls.The 8 tracks on the album, which author and annotator John Einarson describes as "nothing less than the Holy Grail of the singer songwriter's extraordinary body of work", were recorded in 1967 and discovered on a rare acetate in the Liberty Records vaults.
The upcoming collection also features 5 tracks from another acetate given to L. band the Rose Garden, best known for their solitary 1967 hit, "Next Plane To London".Producer, songwriter and longtime collaborator Tom Hambridge produced the album.