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Tell Me A Tale by Michael Kiwanuka

Would anyone here know anything about this recording session? It always sounds so great when it comes on the radio.. mostly down to his wonderful voice of course. I've read that Paul Butler of The Bees was the producer.


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No responses? This guy is amazing, such a fantastic voice. He's really taken off in a big way over the last couple of days. The record sounds fantastic too!
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Yes, isn't this recording just fabulous. They really nail the vibe perfectly. It's terrific.

I believe it was recorded at The Bee's studio on the Isle of Wight by Paul Butler.

In fact, a little bird told me just this morning that he's back over there doing some more tracks for the album as we type.

Can't wait...

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I really hope his material is released in physical form. I've just stopped buying MP3/digital downloads entirely...
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Yes, isn't this recording just fabulous. They really nail the vibe perfectly. It's terrific.

I believe it was recorded at The Bee's studio on the Isle of Wight by Paul Butler.

In fact, a little bird told me just this morning that he's back over there doing some more tracks for the album as we type.

Can't wait...

+1 on that, but that's all information i could find, though.
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Sorry for the bump, but I just stumbled upon the Home Again album. Without doubt the best sounding record I've heard in ages. There's a very cool article in the March edition of SOS covering the producing, recording an mixing process:

Paul Butler & Michael Kiwanuka: Recording Home Again
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