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Wednesday, September 08, 2010

This Blue Heaven - Spinning and Shining

The Best Ballads in the Land?
New Music from Bands on the Rise

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Fronted by one of New England's most gifted singers -- MacKenzie Outland, This Blue Heaven have a new album called Spinning and Shining. The album has a sort of interesting backstory. This Blue Heaven initially approached Paul Q. Kolderie (Pixies, Juliana Hatfield) to record just one song ("Slow Dance Slow,") but when the producer heard the band play in session, he heard more than just a single. (How does that Tom Petty song go??) The resulting five-song EP was produced and engineered by Kolderie and his crew at Camp Street Studios. Jeff Lipton at Boston’s Peerless Mastering rounded out the all-star team.

THIS BLUE HEAVEN ARE - The band, Outland on vocals, Stu Dietz on guitar and vocal work, Aaron Rosenthal on keyboards, Mark Desrosiers on bass and Brandon Erdos on drums, have been together for three years now. As evidenced by the classic, modern pop and strong ballads on Spinning and Shining [ buy it for just $4 ], This Blue Heaven's future is very bright.

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