Tuesday, August 27, 2019

BEACON PROJECT SAT. NIGHT 8-30 Song of the Day: Rebecca Harrold

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The Club Bohemia @ the Cantab Newsletter
Song of the Day
Concert Report @ Bohemia and more!
Remember, this is a 21+ Club, no one under 21 admitted, no exceptions!

WHAT IS 'CLUB BOHEMIA SONG OF THE DAY?"
WE at Club Bohemia are all about supporting the artists. Our popular newsletter / calendar is more than promotion for dates at the twenty-five year plus nightspot, it is a venue that gives the readers more information about the artists who perform at the downstairs of The Cantab.
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Rebecca Harrold - Song of the Day
Rebecca's 13 song album, The River of Life, is a serene and meditative running narrative originally released in October of 2012.
"Photograph" by Rebecca Harrold
"We Belong Together" by Rebecca Harrold
BANDCAMP - The River of Life album
https://rebeccaharroldmusic.bandcamp.com/track/we-belong-together


https://rebeccaharroldmusic.bandcamp.com/

"Photograph," at three minutes and forty-five seconds, opens up the River of Life CD. A comment on the Bandcamp site notes: novymir "I heard Rebecca's music on Scott Raymond's Secret Music. It was the track Photograph. Beautiful music. Favorite track: Photograph."  Indeed, "Photograph" is a sweet, heart-stirring set of melodies that play alongside each other, the piano with lovely touch and an inviting repeating pattern are silently hypnotic.  Soothing and relaxing, Harrold's creative audio web strikes a perfect balance between entertainment and music made to comfort.  Though instrumental there's an almost hidden vocal, the voice as an additional instrument - though - on the live YouTube video, the additional vocal creates a new genre, vocal instrumental.

Followed by "We Belong Together," the second tune is a perfect bridge, a beautiful segue into another instrumental dimension.  The producer captured the piano's vitality very nicely with additional instruments putting an emphasis on the feelings generated.

Usually we focus on one tune, of course, for this Song of the Day but we must add the video of the title track which incorporates dance as a visual complement to the audio.


"Photograph" Live
https://youtu.be/zGB9GjcFRGw?list=UUCMQGZAHZlHCjyja7qF7rAw

WE BELONG TOGETHER by Rebecca Harrold
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgP6CGxc2DU

The River of Life
https://youtu.be/m-ReqRDrZZo?list=UUCMQGZAHZlHCjyja7qF7rAw
Joining Rebecca on this multi-dimensional work of art are: Ballerina ~ Melissa Reed Choreographer ~ Kevin Jenkins Cinematographer ~ Ernesto Galan Wardrobe ~ Kenneth Busbin


Six Minutes and Twenty-Seven Seconds of fun!

Gasoline Virgins- Club Bohemia- 5 24 18-"Whale Tale"


https://youtu.be/0qjIQgyX86w



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MIKE MORRISSEY REVIEW  2/3/17
Billy Quill, Haley Katrin w/Adam Sickler, Shade Tramp, Dyonisia

Club Bohemia, downstairs at The Cantab Lounge
2/3/17

Mike Morrissey’s aching vocal works over interesting guitar weavings, the space in between the strums and the voice play with the imagination in a nice way recalling hit artists Norma Tanega, Tim Buckley and Janis Ian.  Morrissey uses subtleties to make his point, and a good transition for the audience.  Morrissey’s set goes from She Smiled, Unseen, Arrive, Heartbeat, Puppets, Hands, Miss June, Fool’s Gold, and Rainy Days… in that order.

Billy Quill’s voice and compositions are drenched in bluesy pop with a solid groove with words that combine insight with introspection.  The instrumentation sometimes dangles in the air, as does his voice, to good effect.

Haley Katrin is backed by guitarist Adam Sickler and drummer Shade Tramp –they’re create an entertaining mixture of sounds seguing from acoustic to pop rock with a heavy backbeat. Katrin’s authoritative voice punctuates each note with the precision of a pro, but rock ’n’ roll enough to let the band drive with a nice ragged edge. Haley’s set consists of Be Your Girl Skate By Sheep Sugar Water Angel from Montgomery Half Past 3 23 Tinder Hipster Prince.

Dionysia plays songs from their CD The Breach and issue their musical statement with polish and sometimes lots of angst.  Songs like “Zombie,” “Glory” and “Doorstep” have one-word titles which push the pop envelope with catchy chord changes and clever riffs.   (Joe Viglione)

THIS MIGHT HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED IN THE NOISE, I FORGET


  February 3, 2017  Club Bohemia, downstairs at The Cantab Lounge
Haley Katrin, Billy Quill, Dionysia, Mike Morrissey
A very impressive show on February 3 with Haley Katrin backed by guitarist Adam Sickler – an entertaining mixture of sounds seguing from acoustic to pop rock with a heavy backbeat. Katrin’s authoritative voice punctuated each note with the precision of a pro, but rock and roll enough to let the band drive with a nice ragged edge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5gqn18kzCA  Haley’s set consisted of Be Your Girl Skate By Sheep Sugar Water Angel from Montgomery Half Past 3 23 Tinder Hipster Prince.  Shade Tramp from Stains of a Sunflower records and provides the drumming for Haley. Have to get a Sunflower live review up soon.

Also on the bill were Mike Morrissey, Billy Quill and a superb band called Dionysia.  Morrissey’s aching vocal works over interesting guitar weavings, the space in between the strums and the voice play with the imagination in a nice way recalling hit artists Norma Tanega, Tim Buckley and Janis Ian.  It was a complementary diversion from Katrin’s powerful approach, Morrissey using subtleties to make his point, and a good transition for the audience.  Morrissey’s set went from She Smiled, Unseen, Arrive, Heartbeat, Puppets, Hands, Miss June, Fool's Gold, and Rainy Days in that order

Billy Quill’s voice and compositions are drenched in bluesy pop with a solid groove with words that combine insight with introspection.  The instrumentation sometimes dangles in the air, as does his voice, to good effect.

Dionysia played songs from their CD The Breach and issue their musical statement with polish and sometimes lots of angst.  Songs like “Zombie,” “Glory” and “Doorstep” have one-word titles which push the pop envelope with catchy chord changes and clever riffs.  (Joe Viglione)

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