HAWKWIND/THE MEADS OF ASPHODEL Bassist Releases Solo Album
HAWKWIND/THE MEADS OF ASPHODEL bassist Alan Davey has released his new solo album, entitled "Human on the Outside". According to a press release, "this is a brand new studio release that builds on combinations of hard rock and atmospheric ambiance that takes the listener on a journey that transcends time and space. 'Human on the Outside' is also a timely reminder of Alan's ability as a multi-talented instrumentalist featuring not only his highly regarded bass playing (he describes his style as 'playing like a rhythm or lead guitar') but also his synth and six-string guitar work. The album also includes a vocal contribution (on 'Glass Wolves') by his THE MEADS OF ASPHODEL colleague Metatron." "It's eclectic" notes Alan. "This album is way ahead of anything I've done before. There are deep, atmospheric, sounds and some really unusual rock numbers. It's still clearly me — but it sounds like nothing I've ever done before, it has a real filmic quality to it. I'm always stretching myself as a musician and trying to do something totally different, really experimenting with sounds. This one is really on the button."
For more information, visit www.alandaveymusic.co.uk.
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