|Sigh No More CD (2009) Top Seller
Christopher Allan songs English folk outfit Mumford & Sons' full-length debut owes more than a cursory nod to bands like the Waterboys, the Pogues, and the Men They Couldn't Hang. The group's heady blend of biblical imagery, pastoral introspection, and raucous, pub-soaked heartache may be earnest to a fault, but when the wildly imperfect Sigh No More is firing on ...
||Tekitoi (Who Are You?) CD (2005) |
Christopher Allan albums Taha's fifth solo album asks the question T'es Qui Toi: Who Are You?. This is his exploration of himself through his sound. The answer to the question? Liberal doses of Algerian chaabi and rai, French aesthetics, Arabic lyrics. On the musical side alone, this is an astounding album, moving from French banter to a cover of "Rock ...
||Songs For The Road CD (2007) |
Christopher Allan discography Recording information: 6a, Eastbourne, Sussex, England; Angel, Islington; Dogg Pound, Halisham; ICC Studios, Eastbourne, Sussex, England; Live Room, Nunhead; RAK, London, England; Strongroom, London, England; Townhouse, London, England.
Personnel: David Ford (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lap steel guitar, mandolin, harmonica, piano, harmonium, Farfisa, glockenspiel, upright bass, electric bass, snare drum, shaker, tambourine); Richard Koster, Everton Nelson (violin); John Metcalf (viola); Ian Burdge, Christopher Allan (cello); Simon Clarke (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Tim Sanders (tenor saxophone); Roddy Lorimer (trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn); Annie Whitehead (trombone); The Kick Horns (horns); Jonathan Quarmby (piano); James Razor Brown (Mellotron); Joey Love (drums).
Audio Mixers: James Razor Brown ; Jonathan Quarmby.