Sessions from the 17th Ward (Binaural)

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© 2012 Chesky Records
℗ 2012 Chesky Records 

The Chesky Records Binaural+ recording technique, fit for both speakers and headphones, captures the timeless sound of musicians playing in great acoustic settings. And now, starting with the Binaural+ sessions, Chesky Records has taken that approach to the next level. Singer-Songwriter Amber Rubarth, Cellist Dave Eggar, Violinist Tim Snider and Percussionist Chuck Palmer join forces, and combine their unique musical vocabulary to create Sessions from the 17th Ward. Together, this innovative team fuses classic songwriting and acoustic music to create a sexy, yet sophisticated album.

The catchy, upbeat "Full Moon In Paris” proves Amber Rubarth’s crossover appeal, showing off her talents as a songwriter during the infectious chorus, and in a bridge that brings the song full circle. "Don’t You" merges the four musical talents perfectly, showcasing each artist's talent in a moment of pure bliss. Sessions from the 17th Ward will make you fall in love with Rubarth’s genuine, unique voice and musical style.

Introducing Amber Rubarth And Her Debut Album On Chesky Records

Recorded March 2012 at the Hirsch Center in Brooklyn, New York

Amber Rubarth - Vocals, guitar
Dave Eggar - Cello
Chuck Palmer - Percussion
Tim Snider - Violin

David Chesky - Producer
Dave Eggar - Co-Producer
Nicholas Prout - Recorded, edited, mastered
Alex Sterling - Assistant Engineer 

Recorded with the B&K Binural head, MSB A/D converter, and crystal cables.

This album was made with the purest audio path, using the very best microphones, mic preamps, analog-to-digital converters, recorders, and cables with careful attention to detail to produce the most transparent and natural sound available today.