Tony Faehse‘s third all original genre blending and bending album mixes vocal and instrumental tracks with a spectrum of styles..
sultry tango.. Sensual
sophisticated samba.. Wine of Tuscany
flamenco funk.. Come with me, down to the sea
poignant celtic melodies.. Journey’ end, Now and for always & Freefall
sensitive contemporary songs.. Little boxes, Comes the morning, & Sands of time
Unifying this bewildering melange of worldness is the sound of Tony’s classical guitar and his particular writing style, the result of a long musical journey, and giving it form are some particularly fine Melbourne musicians, many of who have featured on his earlier work. These include remarkable vocal performances by Brazilian specialist Diana Clark, including a duet on the title track Dance with a flower in your hair with actor/session singer Rob Price.
George Butrumlis adds the passion of his accordion, Jen Anderson the haunting emotion of her violin and viola. Adam Simmons features not only on layered woodwinds (Gossamer wings) but also Shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) on the mystic-east epic Sands of time, a track which takes the novel step of combining violin with slide guitar. Also combining with Tony’s multiple guitars are Bruce Haymes (keyboards), Steve Hadley (double & electric bass), Bruce Sandell (flute), Craig Pilkington (trumpet), Tony Floyd and the late much missed Peter Jones (drums).. an truly gifted ensemble producing a sound ranging from epic to intimate.