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Scott Severin & The Milton Burlesque - Birdhouse Obbligato Album

Scott Severin & The Milton Burlesque - Birdhouse Obbligato Album
Performer: Scott Severin & The Milton Burlesque
Title: Birdhouse Obbligato
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Released: 2010
Label: Sevzsongs
MP3 album: 1115 mb
FLAC album: 2353 mb
2Danger To Yourself
3New Orleans
41,000 Redux
5Silent Partner
6Even Jesus
7I Won't Get On The Plane
9The Edge Is Gone
101,000 Heroes
11I Don't Know
  • Bass, Percussion, VocalsRev. Pfloyd
  • Drums, PercussionGary Foster
  • EngineerJoel Peterson
  • Guitars, Vocals, TriangleTim Ranard
  • HandclapsAlyssa Ranard, Dereck Higgins, Gunnar Cleeman, The Milton Burlesque
  • KeyboardsJoe Delia
  • MandolinJason Ferguson
  • Mixing, MasteringTom Ware
  • ProducerGary Foster, Scott Severin
  • TrumpetCarrie Hansen
  • VocalsSarah Benck
  • Vocals, GuitarScott Severin
Birdhouse Obbligato was produced by drummer Gary Foster and Scott Severin, recorded and engineered by Joel Peterson of “The Faint” at Enamel Studios, mixed and mastered by Tom Ware at Ware House Productions, and also features the keyboard wizardry of noted film soundtrack composer Joe Delia. Hard rocking yet ethereal rockers like "1,000 Heroes" and "I Don't Know" collide with heartbreakingly honest and evocative ballads like "Farshtaist" and "Even Jesus", combine to make this a truly extraordinary recording. Scott Severin -Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitar; Pfloyd - Bass Guitar; Gary Foster - Drums, Percussion, Producer; Tim Ranard - Guitars, Vocals. Cameos by such Omaha local mainstays as Sarah Benck and Jason Ferguson round out the lineup. It is Scott’s first record since his New York recorded, critically acclaimed debut “Unknown Rider”, in 2004.

“Severin’s encyclopedic knowledge of pop music also sets him apart from most contemporary musicians. This is an album that serious music fans will be able to appreciate. Severin has added bark to the historic tree where rock music is an interactive art form rather than some passive fashion accessory.”
Rick Galusha, Pacific Street Blues
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