This whole album is packed with love from front to back. The stringed intro, "Golden Sounds from Midas Himself" caught me totally off-guard but starts off the album beautifully and totally sets the stage. , and I really wish I could put more of why I love this album into words. If I had to pick a favorite I've gotta go with Everyday People, had me hooked since the video preview.
Favorite track: The Everyday People.
Proceeds for this album go towards printing it on other platforms.
Thank you to all friends that either helped me directly by being featured on here, or kept my spirits up and giving me something to write about.
This album is for you.
Rest in Peace Sean Price
released March 24, 2016
Cover art by Chris Kindred
Mix & Mastering done by Vincent Duke
Loop Snatchers production on Tracks 2, 4, 11
P.R production on Tracks 5, 8
Vanilla Summit production on Tracks 6, 9
Gold Midas production on Track 7
Phoniks production on Track 10
Onirologia production on Track 3
Additional production by More//Night on Track 3
Mandolin by Alec Morgan on Tracks 1, 2
Saxophone by Nathanael Clark Tracks 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10
Trumpet by Jackson Shurlds on Tracks 2, 4, 5, 6, 7
Trumpet by Luigi Toth (Onirologia’s dad) on Track 3
Trombone by Gabriel Luciano on Tracks 4, 5, 6,
Sax by Tonito Walls on Track 8
Violin by Andrea Capobianco on Tracks 4, 11
Violin by Marissa Resmini on Tracks 2, 6, 7, 8, 9
Keys by Nick Ray on Tracks 6, 8
Keys by Bryan Seungmin Lee on Track 10
Guitar by Ryan Gary on Tracks 2, 10 (also bass), 3, 6, (also keys) 9
Guitar by Jake Adams on Tracks 5
Scratches by DJ M 80 on Tracks 2, 5, 10
Scratches by Phoniks on Track 10
Talkbox by Gold Midas on Track 7
Choir by Notochords on Track 4
Harp by Lauren Seabourne on Track 11
The Homies by The Homies on other songs
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