Month: May 2011

Review – Live At The Carelton – The Broken Speaker

A candid photo or video can be such a beautiful thing. The subject doesn’t have time to pose, put on an act, be nervous, or insincere. The moment is captured as it is, a sense of reality is established. In December of 2010, David Myles had a four night stand at the Carlton in Halifax. Little did David know that the venues sound man Jonathan Cornwall had recorded the run of shows. “We didn’t get the chance to over-think things and get nervous.

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Review – Live At The Carleton – The Broken Speaker

FROM THE CYBER TEAM:

A candid photo or video can be such a beautiful thing. The subject doesn’t have time to pose, put on an act, be nervous, or insincere. The moment is captured as it is, a sense of reality is established. In December of 2010, David Myles had a four night stand at the Carlton in Halifax. Little did David know that the venues sound man Jonathan Cornwall had recorded the run of shows.

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Review- “Live at the Carleton”- Grayowl Point

Review- “Live at the Carleton”- Grayowl Point

reviewed by Michael

Note to every band or solo artist who has yet to record and release a live album: this is the way to do it right.

David Myles, the man behind last year’s well-received Turn Time Off, played four shows at the Carleton Bar in Halifax. Little did he know, all four shows were recorded and he decided to release his live album based on that.

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