Sunday, December 11, 2016

New Fraser/Daley Album Has a Retro Soul and a Modern Heart

Fifty Miles of Elbow Room, the latest recording from duo Fraser/Daley, is the kind of album that can only be created by talented music veterans. Consisting of former Hamiltonian Mike Daley and Toronto's Alec Fraser, the two merge skills and forge their own amazing version of roots music.

They seamlessly blend gospel, blues, folk, country, Celtic and more into  original tunes with a retro soul but a modern heart. These multi-instrumentalists throw in bass (built with a cool brush drum), guitar, banjo, mandolin, and more to their wondrous sound.  You'll also hear some stunning vocals (both have unique voices and harmonize extremely well) and incredible lyrics.

You can pick up this great disc at their unforgettable live shows or via the duo's website.  It's also available through iTunes.

Video above courtesy of fraserdaley's channel

Video above courtesy of Brush Bass

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