Evolved from the indie-kid mix of bedroom and hotel recordings to the fully produced and realised affair that is Late At Night. Still, not completely abandoning the charm and luxury of time that comes with home recording, several of the vocal takes were literally done late at night in the semi-permanent recording facility producer Redlich set up in Ed’s home with the aim to achieve the desired mood that was sometimes hard to capture in the studio. The result is an album that breathes with ease, swaying through musings of life from the opening frames of ‘Caught In A Landslide’ and the sceptical ‘Fail With Me’, to the radio-charm of ‘Rhythm Of Life’ and the striking ‘Lion In Your Bed’. Later parts of the album highlight Ed’s reign against the conventional with the revealing, self portrayal as the ‘prodigal son’ on ‘No Body Is Perfect’ , and then abandoning convention altogether with the haunting ‘Take Me Home Tonight’ featuring a lead vocal by actress Nicoletta Panebianco. Overall, Late At Night is as uncompromised as it is realised, delivering a stunning cohesive piece of work that leaves you feeling like you know the artist more than most albums allow. Due for immediate release on November 1st, 2008, plans are in place for an official release in February 2009 involving distribution, single and video release, further promotion of the album and additional shows with full band. The true story at Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Guglielmino Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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