Seth Wonkka | More Than Him

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More Than Him

by Seth Wonkka

Seth Wonkka's debut EP combines his amazing songwriting talents with his unmistakable voice. Backed by his incredible band, the music weaves pop, rock, folk, and even a little country into a radio friendly mix.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. More Than Him
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2. We Belong Together
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3. Here's My Heart
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4. This Time
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5. Photographs
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"More Than Him" was recorded at Rocking Horse Studio, nestled in the rural New Hampshire town of Pittsfield. Located on beautiful farmland atop a hillside, this picturesque backdrop provided an inspiring atmosphere for Seth and his band. The studio was state of the art yet warm and inviting, fostering creativity and experimentation.

Engineer Brian Coombes dove right into the project, forming a kinship with the group which led to his co-producing the album along with Seth and drummer Sean Estella. Coombes utilized his talents to help build a solid foundation of acoustic guitar, bass, and drums then augmented the sound with Hammond organ, piano, electric guitar, and several interesting keyboard instruments (Optigan, Taurus pedals, & others). The end result is a record that has a live band feel, but with a lushness that adds the perfect sonic compliment to the strong musical arrangements.


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