Paul Stephenson Light Green Ball CD
Paul Stephenson Light Green Ball CD
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Stockfisch

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Paul Stephenson Light Green Ball CD

Paul Stephenson

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SKU:
SFCD6023
UPC:
4013357602328
Light Green Ball was voted by the jury of FOLKER music magazine as the #5 CD on their list of best albums of the year 2002.

Paul Stephenson and Chris Jones harmonize wonderfully - a guitar sound that is in a class by itself. Three different bass players appeared on Light Green Ball: Hans-Jörg Maucksch (Fretless), Grischka Zepf (Electric 5- and 6-string) and Michael Cammann (Double Bass). The album also features the multi-instrumentalist Beo Brockhausen, who played 13(!) different instruments in the course of this production: soprano sax, darabuka, hurdy-gurdy, percussion, bamboo clarinet, low whistle, tin whistle, accordion, sarod, hammered-dulcimer, bowed psaltery, shaker and mandola. Also appearing were Martin Huch (dobro), Mike Silver (backing vocals), Anne Marie Harer, Birgit Rieck, Christoph Harer (strings) and Christine Maringer-Tries (backing vocals).

Paul Stephenson on his influences - "I grew up in the northeast of England and my first musical heroes were the Beatles. I'm still a fan of McCartney's songs and Lennon's granny glasses. My other big hero is James Taylor. JT runs like a golden thread through my friends in musical circles (including the acoustic guitar world's best-kept secret, Chris Jones) and my musical taste - he was first produced by McCartney, worked with lots of the other great American songwriters of the 1960s and '70s and has another big fan from the northeast of England called Sting (the nearest I have to a third musical hero). I learned to play the guitar listening to my heroes plus Simon & Garfunkel, Dylan and, from this side of the Atlantic, Ralph McTell and other folkies."

"Light Green Ball" is a wonderful collection of songs recorded in audiophile-quality.

"Wonderful vocals, wonderful arrangements – all of the songs radiate optimism." FOLKER 03/2002

Recording Equipment used:
• 28 bit Nexus MIC/AD Reference Converter
• 16-channel, 24-bit Sonic Solutions
• Nagra-D 24-bit Master-Recorder
• Monitors: B&W Nautilus 801


1. Underground
2. No lie
3. Shushi now
4. Maybe today
5. Going to Martinique
6. The man is a fool
7. Heaven on earth
8. Moon in the glass
9. If you want my love
10. The way to Santiago
11. Man of some wisdom
12. As long as the river
13. Nightingale song
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Light Green Ball was voted by the jury of FOLKER music magazine as the #5 CD on their list of best albums of the year 2002.

Paul Stephenson and Chris Jones harmonize wonderfully - a guitar sound that is in a class by itself. Three different bass players appeared on Light Green Ball: Hans-Jörg Maucksch (Fretless), Grischka Zepf (Electric 5- and 6-string) and Michael Cammann (Double Bass). The album also features the multi-instrumentalist Beo Brockhausen, who played 13(!) different instruments in the course of this production: soprano sax, darabuka, hurdy-gurdy, percussion, bamboo clarinet, low whistle, tin whistle, accordion, sarod, hammered-dulcimer, bowed psaltery, shaker and mandola. Also appearing were Martin Huch (dobro), Mike Silver (backing vocals), Anne Marie Harer, Birgit Rieck, Christoph Harer (strings) and Christine Maringer-Tries (backing vocals).

Paul Stephenson on his influences - "I grew up in the northeast of England and my first musical heroes were the Beatles. I'm still a fan of McCartney's songs and Lennon's granny glasses. My other big hero is James Taylor. JT runs like a golden thread through my friends in musical circles (including the acoustic guitar world's best-kept secret, Chris Jones) and my musical taste - he was first produced by McCartney, worked with lots of the other great American songwriters of the 1960s and '70s and has another big fan from the northeast of England called Sting (the nearest I have to a third musical hero). I learned to play the guitar listening to my heroes plus Simon & Garfunkel, Dylan and, from this side of the Atlantic, Ralph McTell and other folkies."

"Light Green Ball" is a wonderful collection of songs recorded in audiophile-quality.

"Wonderful vocals, wonderful arrangements – all of the songs radiate optimism." FOLKER 03/2002

Recording Equipment used:
• 28 bit Nexus MIC/AD Reference Converter
• 16-channel, 24-bit Sonic Solutions
• Nagra-D 24-bit Master-Recorder
• Monitors: B&W Nautilus 801


1. Underground
2. No lie
3. Shushi now
4. Maybe today
5. Going to Martinique
6. The man is a fool
7. Heaven on earth
8. Moon in the glass
9. If you want my love
10. The way to Santiago
11. Man of some wisdom
12. As long as the river
13. Nightingale song
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
YES
Inventory
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Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Paul Stephenson
Title
Light Green Ball
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
Record Speed Record Size
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
1
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Availability
Discontinued
Format
CD
ISBN
Creation Date
Release Date
04-26-2007
ASSOC
C
Scratch & Dent
0
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