Se­gall serves up fun cov­ers al­bum

Ottawa Sun - - SHOWBIZ -

Ty Se­gall used his mu­sic col­lec­tion as inspiration to record Fudge Sand­wich, gather­ing a hand­ful of tracks from the late ’60s to early ’70s that have in­flu­enced him over the years. It all starts with a men­ac­ing ver­sion of Low Rider, War’s hot-rod an­them, sound­ing straight out of a post-apoc­a­lyp­tic car movie, fol­lowed by an ac­cu­rate though not rev­er­en­tial take on the Spencer Davis Group’s I’m a Man. On John Len­non’s Iso­la­tion, Se­gall sub­sti­tutes ran­cid-sound­ing gui­tars for the orig­i­nal’s pi­ano parts. Se­gall says Fudge Sand­wich was made just for fun and that’s ex­actly what you’ll have lis­ten­ing to it.

Ty Se­gall Fudge Sand­wich (In the Red)

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