Chris Frye and the Analog Ghosts | North of Where You've Been

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North of Where You've Been

by Chris Frye and the Analog Ghosts

Energized, intelligent, soulful, funky and rootsy. Deep and danceable Canadiana for the 21st century.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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Chris Frye spreads his wings again - over a decade since his last solo release, the lead singer/guitarist and songwriter with Canadian folk-roots heroes The Bills has teamed up with some of Canada's most soulful musicians to create an energized, intelligent, soulful, fun and funky new record of his latest original compositions: Two Sides of Canadiana. North of Where You've Been is the lead single. Featuring an eight-piece band, including horn section on half the songs, the new material is indeed separated into two sides of musical pleasure: Side A - The Heat (full-blown, good-time roots/soul), and Side B - The Chill (folksy, acoustic-based Canadiana). All with a deep focus on themes and topics that Chris sees defining this nation and his place in it.

The Analog Ghosts is Chris’ umbrella name for whichever incredible musicians and singers he recruits to help him realize his latest musical vision. In this case, it’s all about Canada’s (and its southern neighbour’s) somewhat painful growth into the third decade of the 21st century. From his draft-dodging, peace-loving fiddler father to his mother’s family’s three centuries in what is now Quebec, New Brunswick, Ontario and B.C., Chris draws upon stories and themes both old and arrestingly current to conjure up a grooving, pulsating and poetic ode to the nation he loves so dearly. The foundation of everything he does is the Pacific Coast vibe he grew up with and still lives within, year round, on Southern Vancouver Island, B.C.



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