Leadfinger - Friday Night Heroes mp3 album
the desire remains as the journey continues with the same 4-piece line-up that has stuck solid since 2008. Over the years Leadfinger have built a reputation for dynamic, twin guitar rock and heart on sleeve delivery of quality songs and on Friday Night Heroes they pushed their musicianship, sound and writing into new realms by bringing in some guest players and changing the method of writing to a more direct ‘in the rehearsal room’ approach
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5 2016 – present (Friday Night Heroes). 5 Discography of Leadfinger. 2009 finally saw a belated release of the Tongarra farmhouse recordings by the first Leadfinger line up. The album titled Rich Kids (after the album track Rich Kids Can't Play Rock'n’roll) was released on vinyl and cd again through Bang! Records.
The songs for Friday Night Heroes were recorded in mid to late 2015 (after 18 months of songwriting and development) at Sydney’s Linear Recording with Wade Keighran (Wolf & Cub, Steve Smyth Band) behind the controls. Half way through the recording though, Leadfinger’s leader and songwriter Stewart Cunningham was faced with the sudden death of his mother but continued on with the project, partly as a tribute to the woman who gave him his love of music and words and partly as a way of making some sense from the loss.
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Friday Night Heroes by Leadfinger, released 14 July 2016 1. Champagne & Diamonds 2. Heart on My Sleeve 3. Mean Streak 4. Bite My Tongue 5. Raining in the Dark 6. Older & Wiser 7. The Man I Used to Be 8. Friday Night Heroes 9. Appreciate 10. My Own Road "There's no filler on "Friday Night Heroes", not a single wasted note, everything fits like the sparkles in a well-cut diamond. Friday Night Heroes' is one of my few favourite lps of 2016, and it'll be playing to admirers and cut-throats and dancers and musicians long after we're all damned dust.
Friday Night Heroes Lyrics. Let's go! We were seventeen and didn't have a care Dyin' to get out of town and livin' on a prayer Small town Louisiana didn't offer a lot So we drank a lot of beer and smoked a little pot Talkin' 'bout what we're gonna do When we got to move to Baton Rouge. I know lookin' back, it makes them grin All the crazy shit we did back then The world moved on, but I never forgot We were Friday night heroes in that parkin' lot. We were Friday night heroes in that parkin' lot We were Friday night heroes Friday night heroes Oh it's Friday night.
|1||Champagne & Diamonds||3:42|
|2||Heart On My Sleeve||3:46|
|4||Bite My Tongue||4:00|
|5||Raining In The Dark||5:42|
|6||Older & Wiser||3:08|
|7||The Man I Used To Be||4:03|
|8||Friday Night Heroes||6:32|
|10||My Own Road||3:21|
- Bass – Adam Screen
- Co-producer – Stewart Cunningham
- Drums, Percussion – Dillon Hicks
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Michael Boyle
- Lead Vocals, Guitar – Stewart Cunningham
- Mixed By – Wade Keighran
- Producer – Wade Keighran
- Recorded By – Wade Keighran
NotesThe songs for Friday Night Heroes were recorded in mid to late 2015 (after 18 months of songwriting and development) at Sydney’s Linear Recording with Wade Keighran (Wolf & Cub, Steve Smyth Band) behind the controls. Half way through the recording though, Leadfinger’s leader and songwriter Stewart Cunningham was faced with the sudden death of his mother but continued on with the project, partly as a tribute to the woman who gave him his love of music and words and partly as a way of making some sense from the loss.
Guests on the album include singer/songwriter Leah Flanagan on backing vocals and renowned Sydney bassist Andy Newman (The Visitors/Decline of the Reptiles et al) makes a cameo on the keys but it is Doug Hazell’s Saxophone bursts on Heart on My Sleeve, the haunting Raining in the Dark and closing track My Own Road that have the most impact, bringing a Springsteen like urgency to the album. The title song however is the album’s epic heart, inspired in part by Cunningham’s love of playing live and the unpredictability of venues, turnouts and reactions … the song showcases the band’s intricate guitar interplay and ability to weave a rock’n’roll story.
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