For the past 15 months Texas group Bosque Brown have been quietly working on their sophomore full-length with producer Chris Flemmons (Baptist generals). a dramatic step forward from their debut, Plays Mara Lee Miller. Baby features a fuller sound and more expansive instrumentation. Where Mara Lee was recorded in a few short days with relatively few takes, Baby benefits from the band's ability to record closer to home, allowing them to take as much time as necessary. Baby's rich musicianship reflects Bosque Brown's increasing stature as a live band. The group took their time to find the right sounds-adding things in, taking things away, letting the songs grow under Flemmons' watchful guidance.
For the past 15 months Texas group Bosque Brown have been quietly working on their sophomore full-length with producer Chris Flemmons (Baptist generals). a dramatic step forward from their debut, Plays Mara Lee Miller. Baby features a fuller sound and more expansive instrumentation. Where Mara Lee was recorded in a few short days with relatively few takes, Baby benefits from the band's ability to record closer to home, allowing them to take as much time as necessary. Baby's rich musicianship reflects Bosque Brown's increasing stature as a live band. The group took their time to find the right sounds-adding things in, taking things away, letting the songs grow under Flemmons' watchful guidance.
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Baby
Artist: Bosque Brown
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For the past 15 months Texas group Bosque Brown have been quietly working on their sophomore full-length with producer Chris Flemmons (Baptist generals). a dramatic step forward from their debut, Plays Mara Lee Miller. Baby features a fuller sound and more expansive instrumentation. Where Mara Lee was recorded in a few short days with relatively few takes, Baby benefits from the band's ability to record closer to home, allowing them to take as much time as necessary. Baby's rich musicianship reflects Bosque Brown's increasing stature as a live band. The group took their time to find the right sounds-adding things in, taking things away, letting the songs grow under Flemmons' watchful guidance.