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Page McConnell
Page McConnell - Page McConnell
(CD) 2007-04-17

Tracklisting :
01. Beauty Of A Broken Heart
02. Heavy Rotation
03. Maid Marian
04. Close To Home
05. Runaway Bride
06. Back In The Basement
07. Rules I Don't Know
08. The Complex Wind
09. Everyone But Me

Links :
pagemcconnell.com
myspace.com/pagemcconnell

Press Release :
Page's much anticipated debut solo album combines the signature heartfelt vocals, memorable musical hooks, and complex animated improvisations that made his contributions to Phish so vital. McConnell worked closely throughout with engineer and co-producer Jared Slomoff, drummer Jon Fishman and guitarist Adam Zimmon. Mike Gordon and Trey Anastasio also make significant contributions. The album was recorded in Vermont and Brooklyn between January 2005 and June 2006 and was mixed by Bryce Goggin.

Page McConnell is the self-titled debut album from Phish keyboardist Page McConnell. It was recorded over a two-year period following the demise of Phish. The album was produced by Bryce Goggin and Jared Slomoff. It will be released on April 17, 2007.

Legacy Recordings will release Page McConnell, the much anticipated debut solo album from the keyboardist/songwriter, on April 17. The album is available for pre-sale now.

Page composed nine new pieces for this first solo album, which introduces fascinating new musical facets and lyrical concerns from an ever-evolving artist. Page McConnell combines the signature heartfelt vocals, memorable musical hooks, and complex animated improvisations that made his contributions to Phish so vital.

McConnell says of the album, "I started working on it about two years ago, not with an end goal in mind, but for the joy of the process. As the project evolved, I realized the songs held together as a body of work with some recurring themes, especially that of new beginnings. The last few years have been a time of great personal and professional transition, and I think that's reflected in the album."

McConnell worked closely throughout with engineer and co-producer Jared Slomoff, drummer Jon Fishman and guitarist Adam Zimmon. Mike Gordon and Trey Anastasio also make significant contributions. The album was recorded in Vermont and Brooklyn between January 2005 and June 2006 and was mixed by Bryce Goggin, who first worked with McConnell in 1999 as producer on Phish's Farmhouse. Stay tuned to PageMcConnell.com for more information.
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