Paul Nagle | Twilight

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Twilight

by Paul Nagle

Paul's first studio album in a long time is a chilled and groovy ride through lush electronic pastures; way more polished and produced than much of his more recent, live and spontaneous works but no less warm and wonderful!
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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1. Twilight
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2. Salvador's alpaca
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3. Flyby
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4. All the dirt
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5. Embers
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6. Fristaden
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7. He's Spartacus
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8. Let yourself go
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded during 2011 in the Softroom

Thanks to all my friends and specifically to:
* Andy Pickford for the vocal drone on track 2
* Mick Armistead for the bass on track 2 and for
mastering the whole thing. Find him on facebook
as spaceloungesound
* Tony Bateman for bass on track 4
* Margaret Laura Gallacher for her vocals on Let
Yourself Go and John Hickey for recording them
and reminding me that I prefer Cubase to Logic
* Tim Rafferty for the cover layout and photos
* Paul Lawler for encouraging me to try
* Colin Fraser and Tony Allgood for knowing loads of
stuff and letting me soak up some of it
* my wife Pat for more than words can say

The album's theme is probably obvious, I was 50 recently and honestly never thought I'd live to such a great age. It's *not* about those endlessly tedious romantic vampire films! :)

Some track notes:
The track Embers was done in one afternoon using some review kit. When I returned to work on the track later it crashed Logic and I was never able to rescue it. Glad I did a quick bounce as there are parts I like a lot - even if there is an accidental hint of something familiar creeping in there.
Some of the tracks started life as library tracks but took on their own direction and broke free. Salvador's alpaca (originally called Dali's Llama for equally good reasons) began life when I asked Andy for a drone - and the one delivered was so impressive I carved out a track over its entire length.
The final track was expanded after Margaret did some great improvisations over a track that was previously quite different. I liked it so much I reshaped the whole thing around it.

Love & peace,
Paul


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