Andy Firth & Bruce Hancock-Seems Like Old Times
About the Album
The album “Andy Firth & Bruce Hancock-Seems Like Old Times”: The first of only two albums recorded by Andy Firth & the late, celebrated South Australian Jazz pianist. Friends for over 30 years, Andy & Bruce regularly worked around South Australia during Andy’s early career and college years in Adelaide, South Australia.
Recorded in only five hours in December 2012 whilst Andy Firth was in Adelaide visiting family and friends for Christmas.
Each of the songs was totally unrehearsed and recorded twice only and the best take from these sessions was chosen for the final album.
Andy Firth: Clarinet & Alto Saxophone. Bruce Hancock: Piano.
Recorded at Elder Hall, Adelaide. South Australia. December 2012.
Mixed and produced by Andy Firth at Accessible Music Publishing Studios, Newcastle. NSW. Australia in 2013
Downloads and Files
1. The tracks and both front & back covers are contained in a zipped folder.
2. The audio is high-quality mp3 format and the covers are jpg files.
3. Simply locate the downloaded zip file called, “SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES-Andy Firth & Bruce Hancock.zip”
4. After completely downloading to your computer, double click this.
5. The file will expand are reveal a folder called: “SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES-Andy Firth & Bruce Hancock.zip”.
6. From this file, you can access the mp3 tracks as well as the front & back cover artwork.
7. The mp3 files are all numbered in the playlist order complete with all of the artist, song title, artwork, and production information for the album.
8. These tracks will import into iTunes or any other mp player in the correct order if arranged by “name” in the player’s playlist.
The size of the complete zip file is 82.9 MB