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Bohannons - Days Of Echo
Great chemistry doesn’t come easy for a band, but when you hear it, you know. Whether it comes from almost ten years of playing together or from the familial bonds of the brothers at the helm, The Bohannons have it. Their latest release, Days of Echo, is a short but explosive record that showcases the diverse yet perfectly cohesive styles of brothers Marty and Matt Bohannon. Marty’s affinity for punky, raw aggressiveness is both different and seamlessly matched with Matt’s down-home, rootsy rockers. Days of Echo is an “all-in” effort for The Bohanons. Recorded in Chicago with sound wizard Steve Albini (Nirvana, Pixies, Robert Plant) and mixed by Nashville’s Grammy-winning Vance Powell (Raconteurs), the record exemplifies greatness on both sides of the mixing board. Days of Echo is an explosion of sound from a band finding its stride. With another album in the works and a rapidly filling tour schedule, The Bohannons are making good on the promise of Days of Echo and winning fans with every show they play.
released 09 May 2011
MATT BOHANNON, lead guitar & vocals
MARTY BOHANNON, guitar & vocals
JOSH BEAVER, bass
ADAM BROWN, drums
JIMMY MATT ROWLAND, keys
JON SPIEGEL, pedal steel
NICK STERCHI, percussion & reverb effects
Recorded by STEVE ALBINI at Electrical Audio, Chicago, IL.
Additional recording and mix by VANCE POWELL at Sputnik Sound, Nashville, TN
Mastered by DREW VANDENBERG at Chase Park Transduction, Athens, GA.
Assistant engineeres: MIKE PACK and MARK PETTICIA
SPECIAL THANKS TO: mike pack, stephen sowley, steve albini, vance powell, mark petticia, valiera feldman, adam brown, jimmy matt rowland, drew vandenberg, joey harvey, jenny brown and john shoemaker, steve smith, zac cooper, zach hobbs
All songs ©2010 BOHANNONS
Press for Days Of Echo :
Me My Mom And Steve Albini by Marty Bohannon via Captains Dead