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Stephen Lomas - Sinbad Ranch

Stephen Lomas - Sinbad Ranch
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Folk+Plus music... where Funky Blues based Folk collides head-on with Rock & Country while side-swiping Jazz.


Track Listing
1. Killing Time  
2. Sinbad Ranch  
3. Lookin' South  
4. Blacktop  
5. Cool Water 
6. I'm in El Paso 
7. Road to Palestine
8. Mambo 
9. Pennies and Dimes 
10. Radio 
11. Picture in my Pocket 
12. Ride Away
13. Wild Wild West
14. The Outside Track 
15. Tightrope
Click on above buttons to hear samples from select tracks

 

 More info

 Sinbad Ranch is Stephen Lomas's follow up to his 1999 release Mermaids. It pushes the envelope of "folk+plus" to include elements of country, rock & jazz with Stephen's basic folk & funk style.

Development of the album proved to be an act of faith & emails. Basic recording was initiated in Los Angeles with some very talented musicians adding tracks off-site. By this time Lomas had moved back home to Australia from where he added some guitar tracks & the engineer had relocated his studio to Nashville. Thanks to the skill & patience of Steve Goodie of Punch Sound Studios the resulting mixes sound as if all the musicians involved actually met each other.

Stephen Lomas typically performs "live, loud & alone", his guitar occasionally augmented with a harmonica. For Sinbad Ranch he enlisted three talented contributors. Steve Goodie of Punch Sound Studios added bass & drums as well as managing the recording process. Tim Horrigan, who co-produced Mermaids, added his usual superb piano & keyboards John McDuffie, who tours with the Rita Coolidge band among others was enlisted for his incredible pedal steel & slide guitar work.

 


 

"Just listening to your live stream on AAAfm 9/5/06. Love what you're doing.Songs are beautifully written,thought provoking and well presented.Guitar playing-a treat."

 Glen T. Melbourne

 


 

 I haven't played it enough yet to hear the music in my sleep, but I think I will be! I'm enjoying it and plan to share it with friends. Great gravely voice. (all those Marboro's might not be so good for your health, though!)

Lydia


 

 You can visit Stephen's website at or e-mail him at stephen@stephenlomas.com

 


 

 

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Description

Folk+Plus music... where Funky Blues based Folk collides head-on with Rock & Country while side-swiping Jazz.


Track Listing
1. Killing Time  
2. Sinbad Ranch  
3. Lookin' South  
4. Blacktop  
5. Cool Water 
6. I'm in El Paso 
7. Road to Palestine
8. Mambo 
9. Pennies and Dimes 
10. Radio 
11. Picture in my Pocket 
12. Ride Away
13. Wild Wild West
14. The Outside Track 
15. Tightrope
Click on above buttons to hear samples from select tracks

 

 More info

 Sinbad Ranch is Stephen Lomas's follow up to his 1999 release Mermaids. It pushes the envelope of "folk+plus" to include elements of country, rock & jazz with Stephen's basic folk & funk style.

Development of the album proved to be an act of faith & emails. Basic recording was initiated in Los Angeles with some very talented musicians adding tracks off-site. By this time Lomas had moved back home to Australia from where he added some guitar tracks & the engineer had relocated his studio to Nashville. Thanks to the skill & patience of Steve Goodie of Punch Sound Studios the resulting mixes sound as if all the musicians involved actually met each other.

Stephen Lomas typically performs "live, loud & alone", his guitar occasionally augmented with a harmonica. For Sinbad Ranch he enlisted three talented contributors. Steve Goodie of Punch Sound Studios added bass & drums as well as managing the recording process. Tim Horrigan, who co-produced Mermaids, added his usual superb piano & keyboards John McDuffie, who tours with the Rita Coolidge band among others was enlisted for his incredible pedal steel & slide guitar work.

 


 

"Just listening to your live stream on AAAfm 9/5/06. Love what you're doing.Songs are beautifully written,thought provoking and well presented.Guitar playing-a treat."

 Glen T. Melbourne

 


 

 I haven't played it enough yet to hear the music in my sleep, but I think I will be! I'm enjoying it and plan to share it with friends. Great gravely voice. (all those Marboro's might not be so good for your health, though!)

Lydia


 

 You can visit Stephen's website at or e-mail him at stephen@stephenlomas.com

 


 

 

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