Never has there been a better time to unleash Colorama’s new album upon the world. No less than 10 years...
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https://driftrecords.com/products/colorama-some-things-just-take-time11685964164Colorama - Some Things Just Take Time//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/WSD41CD_large.jpg?v=1571438578//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/WSD41CD_medium.jpg?v=15714385784.99GBPInStockColoramaColoramaDrift Winter SaleEverything In Stock at DriftIndie & AlternativeRecords of the Year 2019WonderfulsoundNever has there been a better time to unleash Colorama’s new album upon the world. No less than 10 years in the making, Welsh singer-songwriter music producer and multi-instrumentalist Carwyn Ellis has been honing the fittingly-titled, Some Things Just Take Time - flavoured with the great US tradition of delivering strong narratives through timeless song-writing. Produced by Edwyn Collins. Further musical expertise was provided by Luther and Cody Dickinson (ex-Black Crowes and North Mississippi Allstars) on guitars, piano and percussion, plus James and Rob Walbourne on guitar, mandolin, dobro and percussion (The Rails, The Pretenders, The Pogues). BJ Cole adds pedal steel guitar and Jason Wilson (The James Hunter 6) plays double bass. Tenderly nodding to US songwriters such as John D Loudermilk (So Long recalls the Nashville legend’s knack for story-telling) or the distinct vocal and guitar sound of Glen Campbell, Some Things Just Take Time is an album that equally finds passion for the finely-crafted songs of Townes Van Zandt or fearless Celtic soul of Van Morrison's as to the 1930s-1940s American pop of The Ink Spots, The Mills Brothers, and Bing Crosby.9.99Wonderfulsound20172019Indie & Alternative2018-03-21