Andrew Luttrell Band | Paint By Numbers

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Paint By Numbers

by Andrew Luttrell Band

Andrew Luttrell Band delivers a solid rock album of diverse original songwriting, with lyrical & musical themes voyaging through progressive, soul, folk, indie, gritty hard rock and jam-band terrain.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Landscape Plains
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2. Three's a Crowd
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3. You're Stealing My Car
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4. Sister Goes Bad
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5. Sara Sota
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6. Thursday Morning Two Forty Five
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7. Abstract Recessionism
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8. Draggin' That Line
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9. Blink
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10. Making Senses
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Album Notes
Baltimore singer-songwriter / multi-instrumentalist & front-man Andrew Luttrell (The Coal Mountain Ramblers, Luttrell-Grimm, Luttrell-Noon-Wenger, EchoSeven) assembles a lineup of band-mates & musicians he’s worked with over the past six years & hand-picked for this project to form a rock band to attack the senses. Recorded by Christopher Freeland (Wye Oak, Beach House) and Mastered by Roger Seibel (The Decemberists, Death Cab for Cutie), Andrew Luttrell Band PAINT BY NUMBER$ is a diverse musical ride with narrative themes focusing on the arts, creative survival, current social & political economic structures, and the recent occupy movement.

We recommend the physical CD of this album, which includes deluxe packaging, artwork / lyric booklet, and superior sound quality.

All Songs, Lyrics, Sequencing, Music, and Arrangements written by Andrew Luttrell
2011 Andrew Luttrell; 2012 Echoeseven Music (BMI)

Andrew Luttrell: lead vocal, lead & rhythm electric guitar, mandolin, piano
Shane Grimm: rhythm & lead electric guitar, lap steel, acoustic guitar, piano, backing vocal
Mark Hutchins: bass guitar, acoustic & classical guitar, backing vocal
Chris McGraw: drums, percussion, backing vocal
Dave Hadley: pedal steel
Kirk Kness: organ
Kevin Kutz: fiddle
Christopher Freeland: additional percussion

Produced by Andrew Luttrell
Recorded, Engineered, and Co-Produced by Christopher Freeland at Beat Babies Studios:
Woodstock, Maryland from June to December 2011
Mixed by Christopher Freeland: Baltimore, Maryland in January 2012, with Andrew Luttrell
Mastered by Roger Seibel at SAE Mastering: Phoenix, Arizona in February 2012
Album Cover Front & Back Packaging Art & Design by Kat Rafferty


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J. Todd Patton/Singer-Songwriter

Great example of American/Folk Rock
To say that this album is a great example of American/Folk rock does not do it justice. Mr. Luttrell has done an amazing job with the writing and arrangement of each of the songs on this album, not to mention his skill at guitar playing and singing. I can also hear some of his influences of Grateful Dead style jamming, the gritty lyrics and singing of the likes of Neil Young and Springsteen, and Dire Strait type riffs on guitar, all blended perfectly with Andy's own original style. Additionally, the overall skill of the playing of the band members, Shane Grimm, Mark Hutchins, Chris McGraw, Dave Hadley, Kirk Kness, Kevin Kutz and Christopher Freeland gives credit to how well independent artists can rock out with just as much passion and technical performance as any of the classic rock artists over the past 50 years. Great artwork on the cd cover and booklet too! A very well done album that Mr. Luttrell should be proud of.