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Chris Chapple - Whisky Bay

Chris Chapple - Whisky Bay
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Intelligent, leftfield acoustic pop...low and slow contemplations, punctuated by the odd more muscular rock moments.


  *****AUTOGRAPHED COPY*****  

 

Track Listing
1. One Day We'll Both Be Well  3:08  
2. If You Love A Leaver  5:39 
3. What Night-time Did To Me  2:31  
4. Over My Head  6:54 
5. One Day We'll Both Be Well Again  5:06 
6.  Seen On The Surface  5:57 
7. Perfection  4:37
8. Whisky Bay  7:26
9. Old Skin  6:12
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Chris Chapple possesses a singing voice so rich in timbre and true in tone, that once heard, it cannot be forgotten. This is Chapple's greatest asset, though certainly not his only one. This second LP for the Melbourne singer/songwriter iterates his considerable talent as lyricist and songwriter and proves yet again that with enough talent and taste, you can make a stunning recording with no more than an 8-track reel to reel recorder and a collection of sympathetic and gifted friends. Though Whisky Bay starts off in minimalist, home recorded fashion with the beautifully bare One Day We'll Both Be Well, a song that showcases the aforementioned qualities of Chapple's singing, it ain't long before we're swaying along to a full rock band, horn section included. If You Love A Leaver is tough but supple, demonstrating that Chapple can rock as effortlessly as he croons. In teaming up with Blackeyed Susans guitarist Dan Luscombe, Silver Ray drummer Brett Poliness and The Spoils' Sean Simmons on bass, Chapple has managed to really pick the cream of Melbourne like-minded musicians, and consequently assembled a formidable rock group. From the more muscular moments of If You Love A Leaver and What Night-time Did To Me to low and slow contemplations like the title track and Old Skin, Chapple's abilities are relentlessly impressive.

 -Martin Jones. IN-PRESS MAGAZINE, NOVEMBER 20th , 2002


 You can visit Chris' website at www.myspace.com/chrischapple 

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Intelligent, leftfield acoustic pop...low and slow contemplations, punctuated by the odd more muscular rock moments.


  *****AUTOGRAPHED COPY*****  

 

Track Listing
1. One Day We'll Both Be Well  3:08  
2. If You Love A Leaver  5:39 
3. What Night-time Did To Me  2:31  
4. Over My Head  6:54 
5. One Day We'll Both Be Well Again  5:06 
6.  Seen On The Surface  5:57 
7. Perfection  4:37
8. Whisky Bay  7:26
9. Old Skin  6:12
Click on above buttons to hear samples of select tracks

 


  More info

Chris Chapple possesses a singing voice so rich in timbre and true in tone, that once heard, it cannot be forgotten. This is Chapple's greatest asset, though certainly not his only one. This second LP for the Melbourne singer/songwriter iterates his considerable talent as lyricist and songwriter and proves yet again that with enough talent and taste, you can make a stunning recording with no more than an 8-track reel to reel recorder and a collection of sympathetic and gifted friends. Though Whisky Bay starts off in minimalist, home recorded fashion with the beautifully bare One Day We'll Both Be Well, a song that showcases the aforementioned qualities of Chapple's singing, it ain't long before we're swaying along to a full rock band, horn section included. If You Love A Leaver is tough but supple, demonstrating that Chapple can rock as effortlessly as he croons. In teaming up with Blackeyed Susans guitarist Dan Luscombe, Silver Ray drummer Brett Poliness and The Spoils' Sean Simmons on bass, Chapple has managed to really pick the cream of Melbourne like-minded musicians, and consequently assembled a formidable rock group. From the more muscular moments of If You Love A Leaver and What Night-time Did To Me to low and slow contemplations like the title track and Old Skin, Chapple's abilities are relentlessly impressive.

 -Martin Jones. IN-PRESS MAGAZINE, NOVEMBER 20th , 2002


 You can visit Chris' website at www.myspace.com/chrischapple 

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