Moss, Ian: Rivers Run Dry

SKU: 43661763

Moss, Ian: Rivers Run Dry

SKU: 43661763

Format: CD

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Title: Rivers Run Dry
Artist: Moss, Ian
Label: Universal Import
UPC: 602455674036
Genre: Rock

The song selection for Ian Moss' new album, 'Rivers Run Dry', was simple. No matter the style or genre, just finding good songs was the goal.Recorded over 10 days at Rancom St Studios in Sydney, with additional recording done at Oceanic Studios & Point Blank Studios, 'Rivers Run Dry' reveals Ian's impressive guitar skills and distinctive voice.Co-produced by Ian and Brent Clark, it features the incredible musicianship of Zoe Hauptman - Bass (Neil Finn, Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins), Clayton Doley - Keys (Joe Bonamassa, Jimmy Barnes)and Kerry Jacobson - Drums (Dragon, Mondo Rock) with special guests Julian Moss duetting on the Stevie Wonder classic 'Blame it On the Sun', and multiple award-winning songwriter and recording artist Kasey Chambers on the roots inspired 'Bury Me.'The result is an album that seamlessly covers straight-ahead rock, Latin, funk, country, blues & unapologetic pop. According to Ian, the album does not have any "What the fuck is that song doing?" moments.


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