Steve Mitchell | Scattered Under The Sun

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Scattered Under The Sun

by Steve Mitchell

Alt-country, rootsy ballads, and Stones-influenced rockers – songs of love, friendship, and death.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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2. Flowers By the Freeway
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3. Early Morning Radio
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4. Dry River
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5. Long Flat Red
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6. Cam's Song
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7. Blue Highway
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8. Doubt
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9. And Then We'll Fall
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10. The Book
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While co-writing last year with Juno Award winning Paperboy bandleader Tom Landa for the forthcoming "Dilapidated Beauty", Steve Mitchell tapped a virtual gusher of new myths to celebrate. The result, "Scattered Under the Sun", is a snapshot of a songwriter in love with three generations of Americana music: sixties AM country radio, early seventies country-rock fusion and the more recent alt-country insurgence. There is even a subtle undercurrent of soul and gospel in the vocal arrangements.

Essentially produced and performed by Mitchell himself, the disc also features cameos by members of the man's earlier projects Yardsale and Travels With Charley. All of Mitchell's pet topics come under inspection: small town boredom, saints in human garb, drinking, death and the magic that goes on behind closed doors.


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Victory Review, James Rodgers

the best of Seventies pop folk blended with the best of Alt-country
Steve captures the best parts of Seventies pop folk legends like James Taylor and Neil Taylor and blends them with the best of Alt-country heroes Ryan Adams and Wilco. The songs tackle his favorite topics of traveling, small-town life, interpersonal relationships, love and getting by, but they seem to have a directness and heart that make you feel you understand. Steve has contiuned to grow , as a songwriter, musician, and singer. On Scattered Under The Sun, he taps new levels of each, especially his voice, playing with registers and octaves he normally doesn't traverse. Scattered Under The Sun is worth the commitment.

Mark Greenbaum

A friend in ARKANSAS
You're great, and congrats on the VISA. Don't leave home without it.