Tony Anderson | Get It Right

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Get It Right

by Tony Anderson

An Irish singer/songwriter with a voice expressing his inner emotions, producing a memorable, acoustic album of evocative songs that are not easily forgotten. A fusion of soul, folk and gentle rock - wonderful.
Genre: Folk: Irish Contemporary
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1. Get It Right
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2. Rolling Stone
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3. Free to Be
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4. Rescue Me
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5. Love Bin
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6. There Was a Time
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7. Ashes to Ashes
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8. Lonely The Night
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9. Fishers of Men
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10. Oh Sweet Child
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11. Walk the Skies
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12. She's the One
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13. I'll Be Waiting
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Album Notes
Get It Right is an album that can only be described as Irish Soul, sung by a singer with the voice to match. An eclectic mix of songs that will alternately relax you, and then make you sit up and think.

This is a singer/songwriter who bares his emotions within the lyrics and the music, creating songs that you will find yourself singing days later. There are hints of his early influences, from Hendrix to Presley, Thin Lizzy and Scott Gorham, Sinatra to Dylan and Donovan, Van Morrison, Pink Floyd and Santana.

The album was recorded at Grouse Lodge Studios, Ireland, in 2005, but was never really released commercially. Tony is currently working on a lot of new pieces in many genres, and so he felt that it was appropriate that this body of songs be released and find their place, before the birth of his new works.


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