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"What's That Sound" - tracks, cover art and release date
06-16-2017, 11:53 AM (This post was last modified: 06-16-2017 11:57 AM by lovinghaleyr.)
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RE: "What's That Sound" - tracks, cover art and release date
Today I did my preorder of WTS and right away they sent me the single BIY and the
only thing I can say is:FAAANNNTASSSSTICCC HeartHeartHeartHeart
AH and it's available here in iTunes Argentina
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06-16-2017, 04:57 PM (This post was last modified: 06-16-2017 07:30 PM by Miguel.)
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Haley went live on FB (6/16/17)
In 3 minutes....

Quote:Haley Reinhart‏Verified account
@HaleyReinhart

About to go LIVE on Facebook at 7pm EST | 4pm PST to talk #BabyItsYou & #WhatsThatSound? with ya! https://www.facebook.com/HaleyReinhart/
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06-16-2017, 05:29 PM (This post was last modified: 06-16-2017 05:39 PM by Tusk.)
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RE: Haley LIVE ON FACEBOOK NOW
Haley said she might've given away a bonus track... I just relistened to it and....
Quote:Tusk‏ @HaleysTusk now
Tusk Retweeted CLOVES
She said "Light My Fire:!!! #BonusTrack

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Also most definitely working on a US tour....too bad I'm not on FB or I'd lobby for the 4.351st time for her to come to Seattle Tongue
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06-16-2017, 06:57 PM
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RE: "What's That Sound" - tracks, cover art and release date
So on her FB chat Haley not only confirmed that there will be a vinyl release of the record, she also mentioned that the recording was done to tape like they did in the past. In other words an analogue, not digital master. That is cool.

We learned that Light My Fire is on the album (woops) as a bonus track. Dad played on all the covers as well as, I believe, Bring the Love Back Home.
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06-16-2017, 07:29 PM (This post was last modified: 06-16-2017 07:39 PM by Miguel.)
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RE: "What's That Sound" - tracks, cover art and release date
She said "Somewhere in Between" has a Tarantino vibe.

(06-16-2017 06:57 PM)john Wrote:  So on her FB chat Haley not only confirmed that there will be a vinyl release of the record, she also mentioned that the recording was done to tape like they did in the past. In other words an analogue, not digital master. That is cool.

It is. I think though that they would play it back and record it digitally for editing purposes instead of splicing tape.
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06-16-2017, 11:21 PM
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RE: "What's That Sound" - tracks, cover art and release date
(06-15-2017 02:23 PM)riley Wrote:  The song Words of Love could also be a Mama & Papas tune from 1966.

She mentioned the Mamas and Pappas version specifically in the FB chat.


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06-16-2017, 11:42 PM
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(06-16-2017 11:21 PM)john Wrote:  
(06-15-2017 02:23 PM)riley Wrote:  The song Words of Love could also be a Mama & Papas tune from 1966.

She mentioned the Mamas and Pappas version specifically in the FB chat.

The Mamas and the Poppas version is also on her current Spotify list as inspiration for Whats that sound.

As is Light my fire by the Doors - which she let slip in her FB chat as a bonus song - but there's also Lets live for today by the Grass Roots, which she didn't mention [another bonus song? or perhaps for a different market? or a sync? or a Pledge reward?] Who knows [shrug]
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06-17-2017, 02:06 AM
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(06-16-2017 05:29 PM)Tusk Wrote:  Haley said she might've given away a bonus track... I just relistened to it and....
Quote:Tusk‏ @HaleysTusk now
Tusk Retweeted CLOVES
She said "Light My Fire:!!! #BonusTrack

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I must say, I am beyond excited about this prospect! This is news beyond my wildest dreams! There are so many ways in which I think she could do this one - think about it! - and probably it'll be like none of them. Like with Creep this is a choice that pushes her into territory where the standards are so high that you need to be superbly great, which is just where she is. This is such good news, gets my musical nerves tingling big time!
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06-17-2017, 10:00 AM (This post was last modified: 06-17-2017 10:47 AM by Miguel.)
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(06-17-2017 02:06 AM)XAtlantic Wrote:  this is a choice pushes her into territory where the standards are so high that you need to be superbly great

I think the same can be said of the album. A collection of covers is usually something done by stars past the prime of their careers. For Haley, it's like the ultimate demo tape. It needs to be great from start to finish. The goal has to be for music afficianados to put on the LP and just let it play.



Album notes by Concord (ht Rachel)

Quote:What’s That Sound? is Haley Reinhart's debut release for Concord Records. The album finds Reinhart digging into her rich musical heritage and reimagining some of rock-and-roll’s most legendary songs.

The album features 11 renditions of classic songs from the 1960s, as well as three original tracks from Reinhart. A captivating vocalist who started singing in her parents’ rock band when she was just seven, Reinhart purposely honed in on songs originally released between 1966 and 1969.

"There is an undeniable connection between the late ’60s and now,” says Reinhart. "They're both turbulent, yet hopeful times. As I thought of what songs I'd like to reinterpret, I wanted to bring these similarities to the forefront. I also feel the urge to spread the revolutionary idea of people coming together through love and music.”

In co-producing What’s That Sound? with GRAMMY Award-winner John Burk, Reinhart stayed remarkably authentic to the sonic landscape of the ’60s. Made at the historic Sunset Sound, the album was recorded to tape in order to achieve a warm, vibrant feel true to the era. According to Reinhart, the thrill and challenge of analog recording brought a potent energy to the production of What’s That Sound?.

"We recorded each song live as a band and there’s something special that happens when everyone’s all grooving together like that,” says Reinhart. "There’s no way to replicate the feeling—so even though I thought I’d go back and re-cut the vocals later on, I ended up keeping most of the raw takes. I think it really fits this record and reflects my roots.”

Mixed by Bill Schnee (a GRAMMY winner known for his work with Marvin Gaye, Rod Stewart, and Steely Dan), What’s That Sound? was also recorded using solely vintage instruments. Much of that gear was personally supplied by Reinhart’s lineup of veteran musicians, a cadre that includes her father (Harry Reinhart) on guitar and her mother (Patti Miller-Reinhart) on backup vocals.

For Reinhart, creating What’s That Sound? ultimately deepened her connection to the music that’s long colored her world. "The beauty in the simplicity of these songs hit me more than ever while recording,” she says. "Most of the original versions aren’t even three minutes long, but there’s so much power in their words and melodies — they leave you wanting more.”

In introducing each song to a new generation, Reinhart hopes that power will have a lasting impact on listeners. "I’d love for people to hear this album and think about how it relates to our modern world,” she says of What’s That Sound?. "Even though we’re all faced with challenges, it’s also a chance for us to become more aware and more in tune with each other. Hopefully these songs will move people in a positive way and help them realize that good things will happen when we stick together.”

"debut release for Concord Records" Does that imply there will be more?

Nice to see no mention made of American Idol.



Bill Schnee is a two-time GRAMMY winner nominated 11 times for the Best Engineered Album.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Schnee
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06-17-2017, 05:47 PM
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Since it is in the Spotify list there is a good chance that Let's Live for Today is another bonus track on the album. That would make 16 songs -- reasonable since some are quite short.




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