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Glimpse
  • Artist: Andy Simon
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707495422
  • Item #: SRD749542
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 3/5/2002
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Glimpse on CD

'The Virtues of Simplicity - A Not-So-Simple Lesson' Andy's music has been described as, 'music for people who still BELIEVE in something.' (Actually, Andy is writing this and finds it disconcerting to refer to himself in the 3rd person...)...and so I'm going to stop. Now where was I?...Ah, yes...information about my music and myself. I was cofounder and one of the two songwriters for Ceramic Buddha, a Folkadelic Rock band that played throughout Los Angeles and Phoenix in the middle of the '90's. After we grew apart, I started work on my solo record which included guest musicians, drum loops, and sporadic inspiration. Originally envisioned as a 10-song offering, it decidedly became a 5-song EP with only one of those songs intended as just voice and acoustic guitar. When I went into the studio to record 'Black-Eyed Clyde,' I emerged and hour and forty-five minutes later with the album you're reading about now. What was never quite right in 4 years was suddenly perfect in just under two hours and it's called 'Glimpse.' What these are, for the most part, are one-takes and all the songs are live, with no overdubbing. Now what could be simpler than that?...