Crooked Tales by Roger D'Arcy: The CD is already available from the store

The CD version of Crooked Tales by Roger D'Arcy is already available ahead of the scheduled release date from the store - the digital album will be available as a 24 bit download from iTunes and for streaming from all the usual sources from August 24th. The 12" heavy duty vinyl version will include a 24 bit download coupon.

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  • Greg Burnell

    Greg Burnell Falkirk

    I have spent a week with Crooked Tales now and it’s a great piece of work. The songs are extremely well crafted both lyrically and musically. I have spent many an hour descending into the wikihole abyssal of Sir Hudson Lowe, 100 days and Boney himself! The album quite frankly sounds like an album, not many do these days. The recording is plush and has depth. The bass is a work of art in itself, how the engineer captured the tone and feel in the way it was has to be heard to be believed. The orchestration is a masterpiece in is own right. Perhaps the biggest surprise to me is the quality of Roger’s voice; I’m still convinced that he got a ringer in! At this juncture I can’t decide if I want to hear a heavier style next ala Rust Never Sleeps (Neil Young) or a raw stripped back vocal and guitar only album straight to quarter inch tape. Buy this album people, it’s an education.

    I have spent a week with Crooked Tales now and it’s a great piece of work. The songs are extremely well crafted both lyrically and musically. I have spent many an hour descending into the wikihole abyssal of Sir Hudson Lowe, 100 days and Boney himself! The album quite frankly sounds like an album, not many do these days. The recording is plush and has depth. The bass is a work of art in itself, how the engineer captured the tone and feel in the way it was has to be heard to be believed. The orchestration is a masterpiece in is own right. Perhaps the biggest surprise to me is the quality of Roger’s voice; I’m still convinced that he got a ringer in! At this juncture I can’t decide if I want to hear a heavier style next ala Rust Never Sleeps (Neil Young) or a raw stripped back vocal and guitar only album straight to quarter inch tape.
    Buy this album people, it’s an education.

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    A LA

    THIS ALBUM IS SO AWESOME

    THIS ALBUM IS SO AWESOME

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