Andy Pratt - Shiver in the night album flac
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Andy Pratt (born January 25, 1947) is an American rock singer, songwriter and t. In the 1970s, he made a number of experimental records, of which "Avenging Annie" was a commercial hit. Pratt's demo recording of "Avenging Annie" was given to the Brown University radio station WBRU in 1972. In early 1973, Pratt signed to Columbia Records by Clive Davis. He went into Aengus Studios, of Fayville, Massachusetts and released Andy Pratt in 1973, which had modest commercial success
A second Arif Marden produced album, Shiver The Night was released in 1977 to lesser fanfare. Following a memorable final concert before 7000 people in Boston's City Hall Plaza, Pratt left the music industry for several years due to lack of support. That 1977 tour remains the most intriguing time to have caught Andy Pratt live and this performance, recorded at New York City's Bottom Line, presents ample evidence of Pratt's adventurous songwriting and dramatic vocal flare during this time. The recording begins with two standout tracks from Resolution performed back to back.
Pratt used his extensive studio experience to write and record a brilliant album, including a stunning re-make of "Avenging Annie," which took over 500 hours to record. Columbia dropped him in 1974. He signed with Nat Weiss's Atlantic Records-distributed Nemporer Records in 1976, releasing Resolution, the first of three LPs he would make for Weiss.
Shiver in the Night (1977). Resolution is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Andy Pratt, released in 1976 by Nemperor, and distributed by Atlantic. It was Pratt's first album of entirely new music since his second Andy Pratt in 1973. The album was produced by Bee Gees producer Arif Mardin, who was recruited for a more commercial approach Contents. 1 Critical reception.
Andy Pratt is a bassist in Boston, Massachusetts with 7 songs and 23,727 views on Fandalism. So as you’d expect, his biography Shiver in the Night is honest and unflinching as was his album of the same name. His story is a classic rock’n’roll journey: He got into music out of love, wrote a timeless song almost by accident, then hit the heights without being fully prepared. Rolling Stone declared him the future of rock, the Who’s lead singer covered his song, lovers of thoughtful songwriting took him to heart. And the sudden fame took its toll on Prattt’s relationships and his internal life.
On release, Pratt received a positive critical reception, but had only modest commercial success. The only single issued from Andy Pratt: "Avenging Annie" was also a moderate success, peaking at number 78 in the U. .
Andy Pratt 1973 album was not a commercial success. The only single released from the album was the opening track Avenging Annie. The song itself broke the Billboard Top 100. However the song was only able to peak at number 78 on the charts. Nonetheless, the song turned heads when fans first heard it played on FM Radio. Critics loved the album and rock fans soon became interested in the depth of the song’s vocal perfomance, melody and production. 1973 was an experimental time in the rock world
The Andy Pratt album emerged simultaneously with Lou Reed's brilliant Berlin in the early '70s. Both LPs covered the darker side of human emotions, though Andy Pratt delivered some antidotes like "Summer, Summer. On Andy Pratt Solo, the titles "Who Am I Talking To" and "So Fine" come back to life and find themselves alongside a great rendition of the title track of his 2003 I'm Alright declaration. Andy Pratt's individuality comes across in this disc, a man in a class by himself. With all the static impeding musical progress in the new millennium, these unique compositions make for great listening and inspire introspection. It's a one-on-one concert for your living room, a lengthy letter from the artist to those who find his musical episodes captivating.