Celtic / World Fusion / Rock, Tribal Trip Hop, Folk, Jazz fusion, Classica
This is a rough mix of the intro only and is only a couple of minutes, but our full and finished version of this classic Peter Gabriel song is 7 minutes and has the unmistakable Anchorage Alaska noise!
We rarely hurry our journey from the start of a song to the end.
Click this link to listen now to find out which song we are covering.
You will be able to hear a little of our excellent new singer. Corina’s beautiful andf distinctive vocals are excellent in our own songs, but we thought to give you all something new we would have a little fun with a cover, so this is her introduction to you. Corina has an ability to sing the softest most vulnerable parts, to the most powerful “out there” vocals and match our perfectly our idiosyncratic and musically dynamic noise!
We hope to have the fully completed track ready in about a week, so until then you will have to make do with this little offering. We will be putting an updated video of “A Moment of Madness in Sixes” back up fairly soon. It has some crazy and fun additions from Corina. So watch out for that towards the middle of the week.
“Anchorage Alaska is arguably the finest all-around artist on ReverbNation. The music here cuts across all boundaries: genre; geography; listening demographic. I cannot heap enough superlatives on this wonderful group of musicians.” Howard Lawrence, Reverbnation
“Playing A Lonely Hunter. Listen to this. The cool thing about Anchorage is their talent and distinct ability to mix lots a real cool stuff together and have it come out awesome on the other end. Great musicianship here. Great vox and Im loving what the bass player is saying” Joe – NYC Guitarist,Reverbnation – comments
“…Anchorage Alaska are solid craftsmen, they never push their creativity over the top, with exhausting layers of meaningless music and stretched out instrumental solos. Everything is neatly and tightly packaged where you expect it to be, never too little, never too much…just the right amount to keep you coming back for more. Exactly like a Spielberg movie!” Rick Jamm – editor of JamSphere,JamSphere