2001 album from The George Usher Group!
Great new album from esteemed New York City popster. Expansive, melodic pop painted with large brush strokes and a natural ease.
Well, it's a new year and I've got a new cd out on Parasol called "Days Of Plenty." I cut it in New York City with my band, the George Usher Group and mixed it in North Carolina with that rockin' southern gentleman, Mitch Easter.
I've gotta confess I'm really pleased with how it turned out. We used a musical vocabulary (Gretsch and Epiphone guitars, mellotrons and cellos) that should resonate quickly with anyone into a powerpop/rootsrock sound. And the interweaving vocals of the three singers (myself, guitarist Doug Larcey and bassman Dennis Ambrose) give the twelve songs an exciting personality and presence... says I!
Everyone involved worked hard to help me make my definitive pop statement for these unsettling times. Buy it and carry it in your back pocket like an old paperback!
Strangers will buy you drinks and dinner!