“The first disc, In The Nighttime, is a delightful eleven tracks that have a distinctively 1950s feel overall. The self-professed “Mr. Love Song”, David has recorded a bunch of pure beauties on this record including the sweet I Wouldn’t Dance, the longing What Would I Have To Do and Kiss You Goodnight, and a really gorgeous cover of En Decembre, in French, natch. … The second disc, aptly titled The After Party, was produced by Myles’s longtime friend and collaborator Classified,
Month: May 2013
I have to tell you: I have become completely obsessed with David Myles since first hearing In The Nighttime and The After Party, his latest double release due out next Tuesday, May 14. In the “I can’t believe I hadn’t listened to him sooner” column, David’s was a name that I knew but had never heard live – and when it comes to local music, I tend to wait to see musicians play before I check out their records,
Well, last night was just pure magic. In support of his upcoming release, In The Nighttime(due out next Tuesday, May 14), David Myles played a packed show at the Rebecca Cohn with special guests Measha Brueggergosman and Classified, and I was lucky enough to be there!
It was my first time hearing David live, and since I’ve been listening to his album nonstop for the last week I was pretty excited to get to hear some of the songs live.