We want to cast a gentle light on the problems that comes along with being addicted
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) July 14, 2009
As of today, Flynsolo's latest album Addictions is available for sale. An all-star roster of prolific musicians in the music industry teamed up with Flynsolo, including Liberty Devitto, Spencer Gibb, George Marinelli, Gerald Veasley and Freddy Villano. The outcome is a truly addictive album - an eclectic fusion of rock, country, jazz and pop music. The lyrical and musical themes are unique yet accessible and they immediately resonate in the hearts and minds of all who listen. The album is for sale at http://www.cdbaby.com, but also at Amazon.com, Rhapsody, Napster, Apple iTunes and many other online and offline retailers.
The distinct sound of the Addictions album is the result of myriad collaborations with artists all over the world. The youngest musician is 18 years old and the oldest musician is 70, yet they have one thing in common - musical talent. "The Addictions album is really the result of many talented musicians working passionately together," says David Knight, songwriter, singer and driving force behind Flynsolo. The album boasts delicate arrangements, velvety textures, anthemic choruses and flawless performances.
Liberty DeVitto -best known as the drummer who Billy Joel chose to work with for more than thirty years-, Spencer Gibb -yes, son of Robin Gibb and singer and guitarist with "54 Seconds"-, George Marinelli -played guitar with Bruce Hornsby and the Range, Willie Nelson, James Taylor, Donna Summer, and Bonnie Raitt-, Gerald Vesley -played bass with Grover Washington Jr, and Miles Davis -, Lakieta Bagwell -best known for her work with Dolly Parton-, Mike Deasy -played guitar with a long list of well-known artists including Elvis Presley, Joe Cocker, and Barbara Streisand-, Jay Davidson -worked with Whitney Houston and The Rolling Stones-, Rick May -well-known for his work with Depeche Mode and Michael Jackson-, Freddy Villano -known for his work with Widowmaker and Quiet Riot -, and many other musicians contributed their passion, expertise and talent to the Addictions album.
Their combined years of experience in the music industry easily exceed a century and they worked with well-known musicians, like Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, Whitney Houston, Cher, The Funk Brothers, Meat Loaf, The Jackson 5, The Temptations, Stevie Nicks, Patty LaBelle, Roger Daltrey, Chuck Berry, The Beach Boys, Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Vince Gill, Steve Winwood, Amy Grant, Aerosmith, Ratt, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Frank Sinatra, The Byrds, George Harrison, Peter Cetera, Dianne Warwick, Teena Marie, John Legend, Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Winger, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Miles Davis, Cyndi Lauper and Simon & Garfunkel - to just name a few.
Independent Label Release
Addictions is an independent label release, produced by the respected record producer Beau Hill, Michael Harmon and David Knight. "Beau Hill believed in the Addictions album and it was an honor to work with him - Beau is well-known for his knowledge, skill and know-how," says David Knight. The collaboration of talented musicians and record producers with a proven track record guarantees that Addictions will rival any major label release.
For more than two decades, Beau Hill brings his experience and dedication to the entertainment business in a variety of roles. His experience includes recording artists, co-writing hit singles, record production with sales approaching 50 million units, fronting his own band and artist management. In addition, Beau Hill was co-founder of Interscope Records; a Universal affiliate. Beau Hill is best known for his work with Alice Cooper, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, and Europe.
Michael Harmon's credits include his work with several Grammy award-winning and award-nominee singers, including Regina Bell, John Legend, Natasha Bedingfield and Teena Marie.
Dedicated to Addictive Folks
With the Addictions album, Flynsolo addresses how addictions can affect and even destroy lives. "We want to cast a gentle light on the problems that comes along with being addicted," explains David Knight. The controversial cover sheds a light on devastating addictions, such as alcohol and drugs.
Brian Delaurenti, a photographer from Portland, OR, created two album covers: one default and one alternative. Buyers of the album can accessorize their album at will.