Tomorrow Never Knows (Peter Baldrachi album)

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Tomorrow Never Knows
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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 27, 2011
RecordedMay 2009-June 2011
Genre Rock, power pop
Length38:22
Label Prodigal Son
Peter Baldrachi chronology
Solid Ground
(2006)
Tomorrow Never Knows
(2011)

Tomorrow Never Knows is the second solo album from Peter Baldrachi. The record features many of the same musicians as Solid Ground including both Gary Rand and Alice Austin. Other notable guests appearing on the record include Ian McLagan (Faces, The Rolling Stones, Billy Bragg) and singer/songwriter Amy Rigby. [1] [2] [3] [4] The album appeared on several end-of-the-year lists including Power Pop Action’s 100 Favorite Albums of the Year (#5), The Pure Pop Pub’s Top 15 For 2011 (#8),Power Pop Station’s Top 50 Albums (#12),Powerpopaholic’s Top 25 Power Pop Albums of 2011 (#25), and Absolute Power Pop’s Top 75 (#40). [5] [6] [7] [8] [9]

Peter Baldrachi American musician

Peter Baldrachi is an American Boston-based singer-songwriter, drummer and guitarist. His style and sound has been compared to the likes of Paul Westerberg, The Posies, Velvet Crush, Teenage Fanclub, and Big Star. His classic pop songwriting mixes in bits and pieces of Matthew Sweet, late-era Replacements, Goats Head Soup -era Rolling Stones, and on the more obscure side, The Beatifics and The Gladhands. He is a respected songwriter in the Power pop community, and has performed at David Bash's International Pop Overthrow, an American-originated music festival devoted to power pop music and related genres.

Ian McLagan British musician

Ian Patrick McLagan was an English keyboard instrumentalist, best known as a member of the English rock bands Small Faces and Faces. He also collaborated with the Rolling Stones and led his own band from the late 1970s. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.

Faces were an English rock band formed in 1969 by members of Small Faces after lead singer/guitarist Steve Marriott left that group to form Humble Pie. The remaining Small Faces—Ian McLagan (keyboards), Ronnie Lane, and Kenney Jones —were joined by Ronnie Wood (guitar) and Rod Stewart, both from the Jeff Beck Group, and the new line-up was renamed Faces.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks written by Baldrachi/Rand except tracks 6, 10, 11 by Baldrachi.

No.TitleLength
1."In the Dead of Night"3:28
2."Make It On Our Own"2:53
3."Promise Me a New Start"3:36
4."When I’m Awake"2:50
5."Pray for Rain"3:23
6."Pick Up the Pieces"3:47
7."Someone Isn’t Me"4:21
8."Lose It All"3:36
9."Now for Good"3:44
10."In the Name of Love"3:12
11."Release Me"3:24

Personnel

Amy Rigby is an American singer-songwriter. After playing with several New York bands she began a solo career, recording several albums which had only modest sales despite enthusiastic reviews. She settled into a career of touring while raising a daughter, then formed a duo with Wreckless Eric whom she also married. As of November 2011 they continue to tour from a base in upstate New York.

Production notes

Paul Q. Kolderie is a record producer, engineer, and mixer. He has worked with Pixies, Radiohead, Orangutang, Hole, Dinosaur Jr., Juliana Hatfield, Wax, Warren Zevon, Uncle Tupelo, Throwing Muses, Morphine, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Abandoned Pools, the Go-Go's, and Mike Gordon of Phish. He usually works with production partner Sean Slade.

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