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Instant History
  • Artist: Brett Terry
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479922190
  • Item #: SRD992219
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 12/16/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Instant History on CD

Following up on his debut album Retrospective Lives, indie folk rocker Brett Terry takes things up another level with the 10 song collection, Instant History. Packed full of soulful Hammond Organ, Fender Rhodes keyboards and other vintage vibe filled instruments, the album evokes classic 70s folk rock and just feels right. Tapping into the same deep wellspring that bands like Dr. Dog, Blitzen Trapper, Fleet Foxes, Wilco and Ryan Adams are currently exploring, you can both hear the influences of the Beatles, CSN+Y, James Taylor, Bob Dylan and Indigo Girls as well as savor the degree to which Brett carves out his own unique style felt on every song and in his multifaceted voice and acoustic guitar work. Multi-instrumentalist Eric Lichter contributes his talents on a diverse range of vintage instruments and the result is a great listen! Praise for Instant History 'Terry's sophomore album, Instant History, is a hyper-enjoyable mix of Pop/Americana that will appeal to fans of The Beatles, Blue Rodeo, Wilco, The Skydiggers/Cash Brothers, and Ryan Adams.' Wildy's World 'Singer/songwriter Brett Terry offers up a classic 70's rock sound jived with folk and well-harmonized vocals.' Skope Magazine 'The disc's retro feel makes it seem like a perfect fit for a classic rock station, linking onto the work of America and James Taylor.' NeuFuture Magazine 'A firm grasp on the '60s/'70s classic rock idiom, complete with well-placed choruses and familiar-feeling melodies' New Haven Advocate.