Thursday 21 November 2013

'Libby, let's leave it at that' by The Delgonives


‘Libby, let’s leave it at that’
Written by Carl Dixon (PRS/MCPS)
Bandtraxs Records - Release date 21st October 2013

A brand new song and production performed by The Delgonives which sounds similar to those records released during the 1960's US west coast surfin' era. The orchestration particularly reminiscent of recordings that may feature the LA based 'Wrecking Crew' session musicians who performed on so many hits of the 1960's. Whether ‘The Monkees’, ‘The Beach Boys’ or Phil Spector’s wall of sound, 'Libby' is hoping to capture that spirit so evident in the song writing and studio back then.

This song was written and produced in London/England and the title comes from a comment British Prime-minister David Cameron made to a journalist who tried to quiz him about a rather delicate matter in the news, live on air!

The official release date is the 21st October 2013 and the track can be purchased from CD Baby, Amazon, iTunes and all leading download and streaming services.

Title: Libby, let’s leave it at that
Writer: Carl Dixon (PRS)
Published by: CHD Publishing (PRS)
Artist: The Delgonives
Label: Bandtraxs
Production: Carl Dixon for Bandtraxs Productions
ISRC number: GBXNE1300012
UPC: 888174338811
Artwork photo: Paul Topp (under license)
Sleeve art: Michelle Dixon
This release: 21st October 2013
Original incarnation: September 2012 Music/November 2012 Words
Recording location: London

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© Carl Dixon 2013

Produced by
Carl Dixon for Bandtraxs Productions

Recording location

Engineered, mixed and mastered by Carl Dixon

© Carl Dixon 2013