Andrew J. Newall

£10.99

15 in stock

SKU: Reflections from an Airport Category: Tags: ,

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Reflections from an Airport is a must buy album. It’s an album for busy people who have earned the right to take a moment to stop and let the world drift by. It’s for people who deserve ‘me time’. So indulge and treat yourself to some time away from the pressures that life may throw at you.

The album has songs that will make you smile, make you laugh, make you cry and make you think. Drawn from life’s experiences, each song tells a story and paints a picture we can all relate too. It touches on basic human truths we all share in common…..like love won and lost in all its guises.

Andy writes songs for adults. His songs are for people who have lived a full life. For people who can relate to the highs and lows of daily living and know it’s not all…’happy ever after but the ride can be fun.’ Listen to the songs and discover this for yourself.

Andy is well known in the London and Bristol folk scene. He recently moved to Scotland. His compositions reflect the excitement and majesty of London and the breathtaking beauty of the Hebrides of Scotland. The Isle of Barra has a special place in his heart. Having spent what feels like a life time travelling the globe it is not surprising his music derive ideas, style and tastes from a broad diverse range of sources.

With help from some of the best musicians in the country such as Graeme Duffin of Wet Wet Wet and produced by Sandy Jones FML, it’s an album of such quality you will want to listen to it over and over again.

The artwork produced by Birnam CD captures the essence of each song and rounds of the album as a piece of unprecedented art. It brings to life the touching and personal feel of the album.

Reflections from and Airport is not an album you simply buy for yourself. It’s an album you buy for your friends. You will want to share it. Don’t take my word for this – buy it and discover this for yourself.

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