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Shelter From The Storm - Steve Adey

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Published on Jun 27, 2009

All things real is the debut album by Edinburgh based singer, songwriter Steve Adey. Ten songs, 40 minutes. The album comprises eight original compositions plus two covers. Originally recorded with an orchestra (including members of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra) and choral ensemble, but was shelved in preference for a more linear sounding album....."It was bordering on the technical - I wanted to avoid an intelligent, unapproachable sound so I re-recorded with friends in an intimate setting. Bob Dylan's 'Shelter from the storm' is at first unrecognisable - a slow piano-vocal led ballad that builds to a cacophony. The song is currently receiving airplay in the US. There will be a UK radio edit (available for promo use only) available early April. Steve also takes on the Bonnie Prince Billy song - 'I see a darkness'. ...."One of the greatest songs ...The lyrics are totally nailed. I love the humanity and the honesty the lyrics evoke. I think we all feel these things, but getting people to talk and write about this so succinctly is scarce. " The single 'Find the way' was recorded in a disused church."I recorded the piano and vocal in a church using an old grand piano. It was the only song that made it from the first sessions. The final verse (are you finding it hard?) was superimposed from a later version". A visualization of the song will be available on the forthcoming CD single from April. www.steveadey.com

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