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  Immersive Records -
  IMR 111812
  Steven Vidaic: Hearts Look Twice
  "Hearts Look Twice"

Steven Vidaic: Vocals, rhythm guitars, Hammond Organ, piano
Erik Deutsch: Piano and Wurlitzer
Jefferson Hamer: Lead Guitar
Paul McDaniel: Electric Bass
Garrett Sayers: Acoustic Bass (tracks 4,9,10)
Zack Littlefield: Drums and percussion
Jessica DeNicola: Vocals
Track listing:
  1. Tula's Song
2. Changes
3. Taste The Ghost
4. Hearts Look Twice
5. Wrecking Ball
6. New Side Of You
7. Turning On Me
8. The Strummer
9. Back To The Sea
10. Sabotage

Steven Vidaic is an American musician, songwriter, and producer. He owns Immersive Records and Studios in Boulder, CO. He currently performs and records with Citizen Cope, Goodbye Champion and as a solo artist. In addition, he produces records for a wide variety of artists. Steven was awarded a Grammy in 2010 for his contributions as a Recording Engineer. The album is Vidaicís debut solo release bearing his own name. Known most prominently as Citizen Copeís keyboard player, Vidaic is featured here as songwriter, singer, and rhythm guitarist.
  Pop/Rock - Alternative
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Recording info:
  Recorded and Mixed by: Steven Vidaic and Mike Yach at Immersive Studios Boulder CO 2010 Additional Engineering: Tyler Bender, Jorma Kucsmas
Mastered by: Jim Wilson. This album was recorded live, in a room, to DSD on a Sonoma recording system with very little isolation, overdubbing, editing, or processing. In the tradition of 60ís and 70ís rock albums, Hearts Look Twice was recorded with the band playing live in a room together, and set-up in a circle so a true surround experience was captured. The record was recorded, at Immersive Studios in Boulder CO, directly to DSD via a 32 track Sonoma System w/ Meitner converters.

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Review by hooperthom December 20, 2012 (2 of 3 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:  
What an wonderful sound. vocals and instruments are so clear, nothing seems to be processed. Great use of surround, the whole band is all around and your right in the middle of them.

I would call this disc more as a pop/rock and a couple of songs has a little country flare to it.

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