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David Mosey: English Kills

Posted on the 08 July 2011 by Hctf @hctf

David Mosey

Plenty of pathos on the David Mosey album English Kills The former front man of Padre Pio travels between New York and his hometown Portland (OR), but sounds quite European, with Eighties keyboards, old school sound effects and a string quartet. His baritone voice is right upfront, trying to channel David Bowie, Jarvis Cocker and even Iggy Pop in a mellow mood.

English Kills is pastoral sounding album, with danger hiding in the lyrics. Mosey isn't into Hollywood endings. The arrangements are definitely pop, with snippets of jazz (especially the drum sound) and dance. Mosey managed to sound big while keeping it small. He produced the album with Joe McGinty (Psychedelic Furs) David Vandervelde (from the Secretly Canadian roster) handled the mixing and mastering.

David Mosey: English Kills

English Kills is a self-released album. Buy it from his website.

  1. Nowhere Day
  2. The Motorist
  3. Strange Company
  4. Are You Trying To Seem Like You Need No One?
  5. There's One Last Thing
  6. Sons From The Dogs
  7. Tuesday Happens All The Time
  8. Baritone Wall
  9. Skylining
  10. Modern Opera
  11. Something Plain

MP3: David Mosey - Tuesday Happens All The Time
MP3: David Mosey - Modern Opera

» davidmosey.net

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