Warren McIntyre & The Starry Skies - Ask The Animals mp3 album
Title track, 'Ask the Animals', 'How Many' and 'Secrets' are a challenge to the greed and corruption of those with the power. Although, it's with the latter song that McIntyre is at his lyrical best: 'Down at the mouth, the sellers sell, Bonds that are broken - on twisted shelves, Bullshit and candy, speak for themselves'
Starry Skies have worked hard to record a collection of new songs for album 'Be Kind'. Now ready to manufacture, we need your help! Created by. Warren McIntyre Starry Skies. 144 backers pledged £3,514 to help bring this project to life. Now the album is ready and our pledge campaign to help with costs of pressing and promotion. We have met our minimum target and are trying to reach our stretch target to be able to promote it properly. It will make us very happy Starry Skies.
Warren McIntyre & the Starry Skies performing "Be Kind" live during a session at Braemar Gallery in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, September 2018. This is the title track from the second album by this Glasgow based group. The band is made up of Heather Phillips (violin/vocals), Noel O’Donnell (drums/vocals), Jonathen Lilley (bass guitar/vocals) and John Rooney (lead guitar) with occasional guest starries Chas Fraser (trumpet) Monica Queen (vocals), Johnny Smillie (guitar/vocals).
Starry Skies have an album, their second, of the same name due out on the 12th of October on Fox Star Records. The title song ‘Starry Skies‘ showcases the Glaswegian band’s power-pop credentials, but the album will also feature their eclectic mix of folk, pure Americana, and blues driven rock. The band’s songwriter and singer Warren McIntyre explained the thoughts behind the album: There are not enough people being kind to each othe. t’s really clichéd but it’s nice to be nice
Tree hugging, song writing, string strumming, whippet chasing fool!. So Starry Skies are going full toto random diversifying into playing at parties, themed cakes and sustainable honey.
The Animals is the self-titled debut studio album by British R&B/blues rock band the Animals. It was released in the United Kingdom in November 1964 on EMI's Columbia Records. The album reached No. 6 on the UK Albums Chart and held that position for a total of 20 weeks. Eric Burdon – lead vocals. Hilton Valentine – guitar, vocals. Alan Price – keyboards, vocals. Chas Chandler – bass, vocals. John Steel – drums and percussion. Mickie Most – producer. Val Valentin – engineer.
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Produced by the award-winning events team behind Shambala Festival, Starry Skies is a new concept in holidaying, making camping a pleasure for families. I’ve done Starry Skies twice now and my only regret is that we didn't discover it sooner. If you want a holiday which provides the family with quality time and freedom for the kids, Starry Skies is the place to be. Sarah. Kids permanently entertained and therefore adults equally chilled.
|1||Ask The Animals|
|2||Let Love Come Back To You|
|6||Through The Black|
|7||Now Comes Autumn|
|10||For The Dark Is But A Star|
- Recorded At – La Chunky Studios
- Artwork By – Eva McIntyre, Nicola McIntyre, Raymond Morrison
- Backing Vocals – Monica Queen
- Bass Guitar – Gary Grochla, Sporting Hero
- Drums – Massimo Franco
- Executive-Producer – Gary Thom
- Guitar – Johnny Smillie, Jonny Moondial
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Eamonn Brady, T Marsden
- Producer – Johnny Smillie
- Trumpet – Chas Fraser
- Violin – Michael Fullerton
- Vocals – Warren McIntyre
NotesGatefold card sleeve, lyric insert.
Recorded at La Chunky Towers.
Thanks to Roy Moller, Ronan Breslin, all at Berkley2 and friends far and wide.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 610696775627
- Matrix / Runout: A0626N DISCWIZARDS.COM-PPROMOCD-MECCA-ATA-Ask The Animals
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LU95
- Mould SID Code: IFPI AAE37
|MECCA 8||Warren McIntyre & The Starry Skies||Warren McIntyre & The Starry Skies - Ask The Animals (CD, Album)||Mecca Holding Company||MECCA 8||UK||2012|