WHEATLEY, TIM

Cast Of Yesterday

Model: 88875133212

SKU: 770922 Product ID: 813346

Format - CD

Genre - Alternative / Alternative Country

Release Date - 28/08/15

 

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Description

    Australian Alt/Country singer songwriter Tim Wheatley releases his anticipated new album, 'Cast Of Yesterday,' featuring lead single, "Valerie."

    'Cast Of Yesterday' was recorded at Sing Sing studios in Melbourne, produced by Paul McKercher (You Am I, Sarah Blasko, Pete Murray) and mixed by Niko Bolas (Neil Young, Johnny Cash) at Capitol Studios in Hollywood.

    Poetically titled, 'Cast Of Yesterday,' the album was written about a range of people from Wheatley's past - friends, heroes and villains and is a dynamic collection of songs that is sure to surprise and delight. With an alt-folk, indie Australiana and at times country feel, 'Cast Of Yesterday' is packed with memorable melodies and a signature smooth vocal, all the while showcasing Wheatley's impressive songwriting ability.

    "I've been carrying this album around with me in pieces for so long now, that to hear the mastered version was a huge weight off my shoulders.  It's also the excitement of coming home and touring that comes along with the release that I can't wait for," beams Wheatley.

Details

    Primary Format - Music - CD

    Artist - WHEATLEY, TIM

    Label - Sony Music Australia

    Music Genre - Alternative / Alternative Country

Track Listing

CD

  1. The Heathen
  2. 78 Benz
  3. Valerie
  4. Hot For August
  5. Cast Of Yesterday
  6. The Other Woman
  7. Burning The Midnight Oil
  8. Dumb Luck
  9. The Company We Keep
  10. The Messenger
  11. Man In Waiting
  12. The Way Of The Gun

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