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Storm Gordon


Country of origin:

Scotland

Type of music generally:

Jazzy ethereal down tempo ectronica pop

Status:

Most recent release, Someone to Dance With (2006)

See also:

Storm Gordon's page

Comparisons:

Probably more than a touch of Stina and Smoke City in the best of this.

Covers/own material:

Cowriting and songs written for her

General comments:

Storm Gordon has a soft, ethereal kind of voice and the music is a jazzy sort of drifty music, given depth by electronic backing. (Neile)

Recommended first album:

songs for birdman is the only one we've heard

Recordings:

  • songs for birdman (2001)
  • Twilight World (single, 2005)
  • Someone to Dance With (2006)

songs for birdman

Release info:

2001—Wonderlust Productions c/o Voiceprint UK—WLUST CDA 2

Availability:

See Voiceprint UK site for availability

Ecto priority:

Recommended for electronic jazz pop fans

Group members:

Storm Gordon—vocals
David Galbraith—instruments, programming

Guest artists:

Stevie Christie—additional keyboards, programmming, percussion, drum samples on various tracks
Calum Malcolm, DJ Dolphinboy, DJ Pete Smith/Adam "Pablo" Foster—additional keyboards, programmming on various tracks
James MacIntosh, Neile Sommerville, Drongo—additional percussion, drum samples on various tracks

Produced by:

David Galbraith

Comments:

Though I love the first two tracks on this album, "Birdman" and "Moonrope", the rest of the album gets a little too pop and shapeless for me. These two tracks are wonderful, though, and show a lot of promise for the future. (Neile)

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