David Mead Albums: Wherever You Are, Mine and Yours, the Luxury of Time, Indiana, Almost and Always, Tangerine by Books LLCCommentary (music and lyrics not included). Chapters: Wherever You Are, Mine and Yours, the Luxury of Time, Indiana, Almost and Always, Tangerine. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 19. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Allmusic link Wherever You Are is an EP by singer/songwriter David Mead, released on Eleven Thirty Records in 2005. Initially recorded for RCA in 2002, the album was withheld from release after David found himself without a label shortly after recording. Several songs were trimmed from the lineup when the tracklist for the EP was created, and several more songs remain unreleased. David contributed MP3s of many of the unreleased tracks to fansite mineandyours.com as a Christmas offering for his fans. ...http: //booksllc.net/?id=4484623
Mine And Yours
One of the greatest perils of signing a deal with a major record company lies in labels' practice of working with 10 times as many acts as they promote, leaving a vast majority of their rosters to be cut loose as tax write-offs the moment the first single fails to magically catch fire. The negative result is clear: dashed hopes and dreams, wasted money and time, the glut of music, good and bad, that gets lost to the ages. This is especially sad considering that many musicians take a quantum creative leap forward between albums during their formative period, soaring from tentative mediocrity to outright excellence in a single record. Pleasantly diverting at worst, beguiling at best, it's one of the best singer-songwriter albums in some time, sophisticated and hooky in equal measure. It's extremely fortunate that Mead's label didn't cut him loose after The Luxury Of Time failed to set the world ablaze. With its engaging, mature, cosmopolitan pop, Mine And Yours proves yet again that great music doesn't always spring, fully formed, out of new artists.