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Rings in Spaces
  • Artist: Greg Aaron
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707072203
  • Item #: SRD707220
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 3/15/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Rings in Spaces on CD

Greg Aaron's 'Rings in Spaces' has excellent melodies combined with thought-provoking lyrics and the arrangements of the tracks sound full, interesting and REAL ! Rooted in melodies and arrangements inspired by artists such as the Beatles, Sheryl Crow, Tears for Fears and Stevie Wonder, he recorded with more than 40 musicians over two years, using lots of acoustic guitars, real piano, real string players and a wide variety of background vocalists, guitarists, drummers and bass players. Some of the most talented people around today worked on the album, including Robbie Adams, (mixed many U2 songs and Smashing Pumpkins), Gregg Williams (did most of the drums on Sheryl Crow's 'Globe Sessions' and co-produced Dandy Warhols), Christian Cassan and Steve Rossiter. 'Rings in Spaces' is an album of 10 songs which are bound together by their quality and intensity but from song to song they offer plenty of surprises: from a small gospel choir and raucous hand-clapping in the lively and touching 'Quiet Power' to old-school Clavinets and Fender keys in 'Living in the World' and 'I Don't Know How to Live' to the galactical-sounding, modern programming in the gorgeous and catchy title track. Greg's voice is unusually clear and strong and some of the songs have remarkable lyrical depth, such as 'When I'm Alone' and 'Small Talk.' There's no fluff here and the album's diversity and seriousness is very refreshing !