Tony O'Malley | Sunshine Everyday

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Sunshine Everyday

by Tony O'Malley

Very soulful, heartfelt, funky rhythm & blues.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. Sunshine Everyday
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2. Mr Operator
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3. The Meaning
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4. When The Kettle Boils
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5. Serious
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6. For The Children
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7. Livin' an' Lovin'
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8. Soul Within
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9. Something Beautiful
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10. Free an' Easy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tony's second album featuring Neil Hubbard, Mel Collins, Mark Smith, Ian Thomas, Andy Wallace, Jody Linscott, Dyan Birch, Frank Collins, Paddie McHugh & Jim Mullen.

PRODUCED BY TONY O'MALLEY
Mixed by Mark Smith, Ron Warshow & Tony O'Malley

"His tunes are straight out of the top drawer evoking the 70's passion and bittersweet funk of Womack, Withers and Hathaway, with a timeless, heart tugging flavour that will last long after today's computer programmed candyfloss has hit memory meltdown".
Jon Newey of Jazzwise, UK's leading jazz monthly.


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William Hooper


A really good collection of soulful songs, great musicians, brilliant production and of course fantastic vocals from one of Britain's finest singers. Buy the CD, you won't be dissapointed.

MAX MEAZZA

very cool
Sunshine Everyday is in my opinion the best album of Tony
my favourite songs are Mr.Operator and Serious but all the tracks are very very good!
Tony has a great soulful voice and in these days I kept in touch with him via e-mail and he's great singer/songwriter
but also a good person.
Buy this cd its a must!

David Bird

Kokomo rises from the grave
Excellent CD from Tony, I had seen Kokomo many, many times and I have seen Tony's quintet several times. This album has the best of both with the sublime harmonies of the Kokomo singers that sends shivers down your spine. A great album with some superb tracks deserves more recognition.

Lee Moreland

If you've got this far you need to buy this CD
I first came across Tony O'Malley at Ronnie Scotts in London and I have been a fan ever since. I bought his first album 'Naked Flame' which is a 'Live' recording, it is just what you hear when you see him. 'Sunshine Every Day' was the second album which was the first time I heard Tony via a Studio 'produced' recording, it is fantastic and there's a great feel to the album. If you close your eyes when listening to it, it pulls you in and the all the musicians steer you through each number lead by Tony with his soulfull voice and hypnotic keyboard. This is a complete album where you feel all playing on it are really enjoying themselves... buy it it is special.

Ivan Beavis

great cd from kokomo's finest
Sweet music from a maestro

tom lagan

brilliant soul music
This is a brilliant hot funky soul album-great playing,harmonies and the smoky tones of the band leader have few equals.