Is The Sunspot Letters the best album by Leader Cheetah? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. The Sunspot Letters by Leader Cheetah (2009) Release date: 2009-03-16 Overall rank: 49,139th.
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Nevertheless, Leader Cheetah debut strong with The Sunspot Letters; full of soulful vocal melodies and rustic songwriting, the talent of these South Australians is tangible and exciting. Give Your Opinion on The Sunspot Letters. Staff & Contributors // Site Forum // Contact us. Bands:.
The album is to be released in 2017 on Spunk Records with first single slated for release in the coming weeks. Their first Australian show will be at Silver Raven Festival alongside Strand of Oaks and Jen Cloher on April 22nd. We had amazing support from triple j and received feature album for our debut The Sunspot Letters and went on to have numerous singles on high rotation and a performance on triple j’s Like A Version.
The Sunspot Letters was the feature album of the week on triple j this week and I’m really impressed with it. I can’t not mention the fact that the singer (Dan Crannitch) sounds exactly like Neil Young, because at times it does sound like you’re listening to a Neil Young song. The bands biggest advantage is its influences, the most notable being Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. The song ‘Bloodlines’ is the centrepiece of the album, the vocals have beautiful harmonies and it incorparates the electric guitar really well. It’s got some really easy-to-learn lyrics and is really catchy. Alibi’ is another song that really makes this album stand out from others and this is because they are catchy and easy to listen to, which can’t be said about other similar albums (Fleet Foxes) and while these albums amazing interpretations of a genre long passed by, they don’t grab your attention as this album does.
|1||Spirit To The Bone||5:13|
|6||Wasted Life & Times||4:12|
|7||Fly, Golden Arrow Pt.1||3:57|
|9||Don't Let It Pass On By||5:12|
|10||Fly, Golden Arrow Pt.2||7:18|
- Recorded At – Mixmasters Studio
- Bass – Mark Harding
- Drums – Joel Crannitch
- Engineer – Tom Barnes
- Guitar [Lead], Harmony Vocals – Dan Pash
- Harmony Vocals – Kramer (tracks: 1, 3, 7)
- Keyboards, Guitar [Slide] – Ewan Proctor
- Lead Vocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Dan Crannitch
- Lyrics By – Dan Crannitch
- Mastered By – Don Bartley
- Mixed By – Kramer
- Music By – Leader Cheetah
- Producer – Kramer
- Saxophone – Paul Turnbull (tracks: 2, 6)
- Trombone – Stevan Pavlovic (tracks: 2, 6)
- Trumpet – Anna Dearman (tracks: 2, 6)
- Violin – Tom Spall (tracks: 4, 7, 10)
- Vocals – Tess Rubenstein (tracks: 8)
NotesRecorded at Mixmasters Studios, Adelaide.
|SpunkPRO017||Leader Cheetah||The Sunspot Letter (CD, Album, Promo)||Spunk||SpunkPRO017||2009|