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Ellery Sage: Songs of Soul
  • Artist: One Hit Wonders Gill & the
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479414442
  • Item #: SRD941444
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 10/8/2002
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Ellery Sage: Songs of Soul on CD

Gill, an American musician originally from England playing styles which overlay the easiness of the 'unplugged' sound with the lyricism of the poet. Gill has worked in both Europe and USA on various cooperative musical and new-media projects over the last 20 years. Primarily skilled in guitar, piano and over the recent years - Mac & PC studio software, his current commercial musical endeavors include: Producing and arranging both his own singer/songwriter material and that of other local Brooklyn talent for live performance and Internet distribution... Recent completion of album profiling talents, styles and current musical direction ... Working in a New York media house specializing in music and sonic opportunities for TV Commercials and Sound Branding... 'From the guitar-based 60's and 70's through the diverse and retro 00's, (from the Beatles and Byrds through Beck and Radiohead) Gill writes story-oriented songs and supporting harmonic counterweights that pack a punch. An avid admirer and consumer of: XTC, Echo & the Bunnnymen, The Smiths, Giants, Joni Mitchell, Bowie, and Peter Gabriel; he also greatly admires the work of John Lennon and Elvis Costello. He's nicely confused - one might say. He's a solo artist, singer/songwriter who enjoys the continual process of learning the art of storytelling through music with others. It's a respectful craft he's been studying for some time.' - - (Gavin Wexford - The Brooklyn Chronicle and Long-Island Iced Tea Review - Quarterly)