Year of Septembers (LP)

by Scotty Hills

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"…..Scotty Hills's debut scores with an earthy sophistication that's a throwback to an era decades ago, when real musicianship, melodies and lyrics dominated the AM. To say that his recording sounds dated couldn't be further from the truth, however, as his inspired concoction of blue-eyed soul, country twang and straight-up guitar pop manages to be timeless and quite contemporary at the same time"
(Frank Litorico, FFWD Magazine)


"Names like Sam Cooke, Ron Sexsmith, Stevie Wonder, Junior Parker, or Even Feist may come to mind occasionally, but Scotty remains effortlessly original throughout!"
(Grant Stoval, CKUA Radio)

credits

released June 17, 2013

Kaley Kinjo - bass guitar(8)

Carsten Rubeling - trombone(4)

Luis Tovar - percussion(8)

Charlie Veilleux - pedal steel(3)

Yolanda Sargeant - vocal cameo(1)

Chris Van Sickle - piano(9)

Joanna Borromeo - production assistant(6)

Amber Suchy - back ground vox(10)

all songs written by Scotty Hills, except "I don't know why" written by Mauricio Moreno and Scotty Hills

mixed at old confidence lodge by Diego Medina

mastered John Golden at Golden mastering

cover artwork by Debbie Desmarais

photo by LeAnn Mueller


dedicated with love to Missy May.....my heart

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Scotty Hills British Columbia

"Northern Soul" artist from Canada's Pacific coast. Juno nominated singer/songwriter sounds like a mix of Otis Redding and Ryan Adams.

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Track Name: Wonderland Urgency ft.Yolanda Sargeant
Wunderland Urgency
fifty two below
ten feet of snow
take a look around there’s nowhere to go
excuse me miss have you seen my heart
it left me hear I didn't even know
I miss you and I've got to know
but it's slow
just like waiting on a train
and it's driving me insane
feels like I'm watching the grass grow
there's somedays you know
it's all I can do to get up and look out the window
get me some breakfast then it's time to hit the road

Cause out on the highway
is where I feel free
seven hundred miles from my home
feels like home to me

Feels so good just to start again
step out of shade
resist strong resist to fade
make no mess and I got it made
I'm watching the grass grow
I dug myself a hole
with a blade and a custom handle that I made
I jumped off the fake float cut the rope and escaped the parade
there's those days you know
I’ve gotta cut to the root so my love can grow
get me some breakfast then it's time to hit the road

Home is what you make it
you gotta room man? I'll take it
there's those times you know
I look down at my feet and see the weeds growing through my toes
get me some breakfast then it's time to hit the road