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All About Flight
  • Artist: Gus McKay
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 9319213900122
  • Item #: 155953X
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2/14/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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All About Flight on CD

Gus McKay 'All About Flight' - got dust on 'em Big wide-open spaces, wheat fields and an even bigger sky. That's where they're from... like they've got dust on 'em. We're talking about Gus McKay's first CD recording, titled 'All About Flight'. The singer songwriter lives in the heart of wheat country, outa town, 2 and a half hours NE of WA's capital city Perth. Where Gus lives and writes, mining a vein of the folklore in the bush, life, love and a passion for music. Surrounded by a vast emptiness that is the backdrop for his songs. Listen and you can hear, an earthy swamp shading of Tony Joe White, funky south of the border drifts, ala Lyle Lovett, acoustic Neil Young, even CSN&Y, little Feat and Steely Dan influences, driving the musical inspiration, dug from a very deep well, now pumping it's cool spring water, fresh mellow and honest into your mind... so trim your lantern... it will be a long night. A who's who of Australian musicians found themselves on this debut recording. Lucky Ocean providing pedal steel, Ric Whittle drums, Gary Ridge drums and percussion, John Short and Freddy Grigson sharing guitar duties, Roy Daniels on bass, Sue Bluck piano & backing vocals and Bob Patient with the growly Hammond and keyboards. This is a CD of down on the farm, country crossover, straight from the heart/land... West Australia.