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00:00 - Downhearted
04:23 - Wrong For You
07:38 - Please Forgive Me
11:30 - Try
14:56 - Loneliest Heart
20:09 - Torn To Pieces
24:34 - Fool
28:40 - Not Today
32:42 - Please Be Mine
37:46 - I Love You Still
Album : Please Be Mine (17 Feb. 2017)
Artists / Credits :
Backing Vocals - Caity Shaffer (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B2 to B5), Dailey Toliver (tracks: A1, B3 to B10)
Bass - Caity Shaffer
Drums, Percussion - Ignacio Guerrero
Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] - Paul Mitchell (22) (tracks: A2, A4, B1)
Keyboards - Dailey Toliver (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B2 to B5)
Layout, Design - Patrick Fernandes
Lead Guitar - Dailey Toliver
Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar - Molly Burch
Mastered By, Lacquer Cut By - Carl Saff
Painting - Sascha Stannard
Photography By [Cover Photo] - Kelly Giarrocco
Producer - Dan Duszynski, Molly Burch
Recorded By, Mixed By - Dan Duszynski
Songwriter - Molly Burch
Molly Burch was exposed to the arts at an early age. Growing up in Los Angeles with a writer/producer father and a casting director mother, Burch's childhood was filled with old Hollywood musicals and the sounds of Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday and Nina Simone. After finding her voice in adolescence, Burch packed up for the University of North Carolina in Asheville to study Jazz Vocal Performance.
“I was always really interested in singing before songwriting. I didn’t always have the confidence to write,” Molly says, “Initially it was more about finding the right songs to complement my voice.” And that voice is the first thing you’ll notice on Burch's debut album, Please Be Mine. It’s smoky, with an incredible range, effortlessly evocative of her early influences. It was in Asheville where Burch would meet guitarist Dailey Toliver, who plays on her debut, and who inspired much of its music.
Searching for a bigger pond, Burch moved to Austin, Texas in an effort to stand on her own two feet. There, Burch began to write her own music in earnest, with the lovelorn Everly Brothers and Sam Cooke as her songwriting guides. Joined by Toliver in Austin a year later, the two connected with Dan Duszynski of Cross Record, and they recorded all the songs on Please Be Mine at his idyllic studio in Dripping Springs, Texas. Motivated by the hourly rate, Burch and her band recorded all the basic tracks and vocals live in one room and in one day, with minimal overdubs for keys and back-up vocals happening a day later. A difficult task for any talented musician, it becomes more mind-blowing when you hear her belt it on tracks like “Downhearted” and “I Love You Still.”
We're all lucky Molly started writing music simply to complement her voice, as we've discovered a great new American songwriter in the process. Captured Tracks is proud to present this debut album of ten beautiful, wistful love songs of loss, loneliness and reconnecting.
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