After a career that has spanned fifty years, Trevor Burton, co-founder of iconic British sixties band The Move, is releasing his first solo acoustic album, Long Play. The album contains Trevor's acoustic interpretations of an eclectic array of eleven carefully-curated songs from a broad array of songwriters ranging from classic rockers like Tom Petty and Eddie Vedder, to indie legends including Vic Chesnutt and John Darnielle, as well up and coming talents like Al Scorch and Radiator Hospital's Sam Cook-Parrott. Trevor's unrelenting and unapologetic performance renders the songs his own, enduring and resilient, stripped down to the basics: a strong, time-weathered voice and haunting acoustic guitar, occasionally accompanied by haunting backing vocals, keys and pedal steel guitar. The album will be released on coloured vinyl in a limited edition run of 1000 copies. Bonus CDs with electric songs that Trevor recorded with some friends will be included with the vinyl version while supplies last. Trevor Burton RSD record, Long Play, which includes an image of the LP and cassette formats, as well as the free CD-EP that comes with the LP.
1 LP Blood Red
Gray Sky Records