W.C. Beck, First Flight Review
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W.C. Beck has been honing his craft working as a full-time musician in Portland, OR and touring with The Portland Country Underground, Blue Giant, Bobby Bare, Jr., and Quiet Life; and supporting tours with The Dandy Warhols and The Decemberists. A decision to go back to grad school led him to studies in Paris and during this period of transition. After completing his studies, Beck moved to New York, where he began playing regularly in the indie folk and Americana scene. His discography includes Kansawyer (2011), Sapling (2012), and Quivira (2013). With a few albums titled under Chris Beck. Beck’s forthcoming 9th record, which was recorded and mixed in 2017 by Turney and Arnow, with mastering by Dan Millice at Engine Room Audio. The album is titled, First Flight and will certainly be a wonderful soundtrack to the summer season.
Release Date: June 7, 2019
Sparse instrumentation of acoustic guitar and organ with honey dripped harmonies and brushed drums sooth the soul and harken the personality of each tune.