Monday, November 04, 2013

Blog Guelph: Fresh From The Water

Red Floater by peterkelly
Red Floater, a photo by peterkelly on Flickr.

The photo and title of the post today are intended to represent the music played this Monday morning from Andrew McPherson. Di d you know he had such powerful songwriting skills? Because his award winning, global fusion project Eccodek is so well known, you knew to expect interesting instrumentation and arrangements, I'm sure, but they are sure are wonderful to hear anew from the CDs we played from on the air this morning! I encourage you to check out this local musical chameleon, an artist able to move seamlessly from the producer’s chair to that of project leader, multi-instrumentalist, remixer and DJ, and yes, singer/songwriter.

The Pure Guelphishness playlist on hoofbeats radio 9-10am at cfru.ca.
9:08 Fresh From The Water, Andrew McPherson, Lefty Singer, 2009
9:19 Lefty Singer, Andrew McPherson, Lefty Singer, 2009
9:37 Ghost Man, Andrew McPherson, Phoenix at the Wheel, 2004
9:41 Half Flight, Andrew McPherson, Phoenix at the Wheel, 2004

Enjoy!


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