New single is now available
“Not Amused” will be released on the U.S. Election Day on iTunes, Amazon Mp3 and Spotify. The song is pure rock and may remind some fans of Bob Dylan. A music video by William Murray will be released on the same day. Please check it out on YouTube and if you are so inclined please leave a comment and share with friends. This is a definite add to your Spotify playlist.
The song features Toby Wilson, David’s go-to guitar man. That’s David on piano and bass. The song was mastered by Alex Wharton at Abbey Road Studio.
The single is from David’s forthcoming cd “Recalculating, Recalculating”.
New Videos coming soon but full cd will not be released until early 2018.
David will release a new CD,“Recalculating,Recalculating” in Fall 2017. The CD features 12 new songs. New videos will also debut at that time. Stay tuned for more info.
David’s latest release is available today on Amazon Mp3 and iTunes. To those who have been following along, this is one of the songs David worked at Abbey Road Studios with Andy Walter. It has been mastered for iTunes.
The song features Toby Wilson on dobro and acoustic guitar. Toby did a great job of channelling David Rawlings. When David was in the UK for several weeks he had the great opportunity to catch up with Toby in Leek at the Blues Festival.
Here is a link to a video version for those who would like to hear the production.“Power Line” Soundtrack
On November 15th, David will release one of the songs he worked with Andy Walter at Abbey Road Studios. “Power Line” features the great guitar work of Toby Wilson. Fans of Dave Rawlings, Neal Young should like this new release.
The song was mastered for iTunes at Abbey Road Studios in London when David was there ins September. It will be available on iTunes and Amazon Mp3. Pictured below is Andy Walter.
Very excited that at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow (09-22-2016) I will be in London working with Andrew Walter at Abbey Road Studios. Two new songs will be on their way after Andy works his magic
The latest music video is literally “out of this world”.
The video, produced by Shaun Ryan Savard at Playmaker Studios, features an astronaut viewing the different performers on various screens from a space station. He toggles back and forth between screens to show international musicians. Award-winning Russian composer and violinist, Maria Grigoryeva, performs from a bridge in St.Petersburg,Russia; multi-skilled instrumentalist Toby Wilson plays guitar on his farm in the UK Midlands; from a park bench in Mexico City, Mexico, Luis Guillermo adds subtle bass fills. In the end, film producer, Savard, is revealed as the astronaut from Montreal, Canada.
The song has the re-current line “Let’s start looking for something more between us”. It is a timely and implied plea for international cooperation gently undercut by Arn’s characteristic irony: Everyone in the video wears sunglasses.
“Something More Between Us (Remix)”, was mastered for iTunes at London’s famed Abbey Road Studio. It is available on iTunes and Amazon Mp3.
If you are in New Jersey and vacationing on Long Beach Island please be sure to catch the evening show with “JF Sobecki and Friends”. David will be performing with the band and will introduce a new song.
Cds will be given away.