MP3 Brad Peterson - The Red Album
Antithesis and companion to Picasso''s "Blue Period"; this collection of works is suffused with bright and warm tones intended to create intense-heady imagery -one might compare Red''s production to albums of the late-sixties renaissance such as Revolver, P
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ROCK: Folk Rock, POP: California Pop
Brad Peterson invites you to hear his most heartfelt and melodically compelling body of work to date:
The Red Album.
Steeped in warm tones, evocative lyrical imagery and haunting melodies, The Red Album succeeds in channeling some of the great recordings of the 60''s, with a wistful and bittersweet touch. Lyrically, The Red Album draws on memories over the course of Brad''s life - giving voice to the songwriter''s creative vision.
Having spent much of the last several years -devoting his time to producing and recording fellow artists, BP has just recently thrown himself back into his own orbit. With the Red Album, Peterson emerges with an honest enthusiasm and vocal power. Listen to The Red Album and you will hear a songwriter who truly is wearing his heart on his sleeve.
As a founding member of critically acclaimed, college radio darlings "Peatmoss" in the mid-90s, Brad has toured and played with Jeff Buckley, Cake, The Wallflowers, Alanis Morrisette and The Dave Matthews Band - to name a few. In performance settings ranging from solo acoustic to full band, Brad has cultivated a loyal grass roots following, from LA''s Viper Room to New York''s CBGBs (and many points in between).
The thrilling band playing live with Brad these days includes Grammy-award winner (and member of Keith Richards'' band) John Pirrucello on pedal-steel guitar, drummer Larry Beers (formerly, Sonia Dada), the excellent Mike Troglia on guitar and brother Ted Peterson on bass and backing vocals.
About Brad''s music:
Jeff Buckley: "Brad has an amazing voice"
Chicago Reader: "Excruciatingly tasteful and pretty"
Chicago Tribune: "The band to hear"
All Music Guide: "Peterson''s voice takes on a certain raspy delicacy"
Daily Herald: "Dylan-esque poetry"
For a limited time, the entire Red Album is available for free download on https://www.tradebit.com.