Franz Robert Wild - Lookin' Back album flac
Title: Lookin' Back
MP3 album: 1282 mb
FLAC album: 1204 mb
Other formats: APE VQF AIFF VOC DTS AUD DMF
Genre: Pop / Folk and Country
The album has been designed in a beautiful digisleeve trilogy. Including a booklet of 24 pages. from CHANGE, track released March 21, 2019 Written by Franz Robert WILD Recorded, arranged & mixed by Florent Soler Mastered at Athome Audio Mastering by Thomas Lafon. Bass Guitar, Electric Guitars, Keyboards: Florent Soler Drums: Alexandre Bertrand Electric Guitar, Vocal, Harmonica: Franz Robert WILD.
The album has been designed in a beautiful digisleeve trilogy. Acoustic Guitar, Vocal: Franz Robert WILD Bass Guitar, Electric Guitars, Keyboards, Bells & percussions: Florent Soler Drums: Alexandre Bertrand.
Franz Robert Wild Toulouse, France.
Electric Guitar – Franz Robert Wild (tracks: 7), Olivier De La Celle (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10). Harmonica – Franz Robert Wild (tracks: 1, 3). Keyboards – Olivier De La Celle (tracks: 4, 6, 8, 12). Lap Steel Guitar – Franz Robert Wild (tracks: 9). Mandolin – Eric Cousin (tracks: 1). Mastered By – Jezz Acid (tracks: all tracks). Producer – Franz Robert Wild (tracks: All Tracks). Songwriter – Franz Robert Wild (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12). Tenor Banjo – Olivier De La Celle (tracks: 2,3). Trombone – Olivier De La Celle (tracks: 5).
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Back is the name of a studio album by country music singer Lynn Anderson, released in 1983. This album was Anderson's first in three years. She had since been in brief retirement to start a family with her second (and now ex-husband), Harold "Spook Stream", and raise her other children. Thus, Anderson left her old record company (Columbia) in 1980. In 1983, Anderson decided to record again and release a comeback album, as the title "Back" implied.
For the teenage Franz Robert Wild, there was nothing he wanted to do more than play the guitar and write songs, he just had to figure out how to turn his own love of classic songwriters into original material of the same kind of quality. Not only that, but growing up in the south of France, all of the music he loved was sung in English and that’s how he heard his own songs. The album gets stronger as you play it through and musically the production and recording are excellent and each time you go back, new details emerge as the arrangements have a satisfying and varied complexity.
- Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Executive Producer, Mixed By, Backing Vocals – Olivier De La Celle
- Drum – David Mourgues
- Songwriter, Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals, Mastered By – Franz Robert Wild
- Violin – Gerry Carter
- Whistle – Jacob Fournel
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