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Ian Whitty

Ian Whitty

Ian Whitty


Ian Whitty & The Exchange are an indie Folk band currently based in Cork in Ireland. Released in late 2008 'The Lucky Caller No.9' is the long awaited first full length studio album from Ian Whitty And The Exchange. The record was produced by top Irish producer Ken McHugh (Dave Kitt, Autamata) and mastered by Dave Collins in Los Angeles (Bruce Springsteen, Janes Addiction). It was recorded by Ian Whitty & The Exchange between the legendary Connelleys of leap in West Cork and Adda/My Sanctuary studio's in the hills of Wicklow. Read more on Last.fm
Ian Whitty & The Exchange are an indie Folk band currently based in Cork in Ireland. Released in late 2008 'The Lucky Caller No.9' is the long awaited first full length studio album from Ian Whitty And The Exchange. The record was produced by top Irish producer Ken McHugh (Dave Kitt, Autamata) and mastered by Dave Collins in Los Angeles (Bruce Springsteen, Janes Addiction). It was recorded by Ian Whitty & The Exchange between the legendary Connelleys of leap in West Cork and Adda/My Sanctuary studio's in the hills of Wicklow. Singles taken from the album include 'Not On Your Side', 'Houndstooth Shirt', 'City Friend' and 'While The Drunken Jailor Sleeps'. All of these songs have been playlisted on national, regional and college stations nationwide.

Lush strings and brass dominate the indie pop arrangements of the recordings and the up tempo nature of the songs marks an exciting progression from Ian's stripped back beginnings. The album was voted into the top ten debut Irish Albums list by the readers of Hot Press in their 2009 readers poll. Praise for Ian Whitty And The Exchange: 'Just when you thought the one guy and a guitar formula was done… He is so much more! ~Alison Curtis, Today FM. 'A serious talent' John Creedon RTE Radio 1. ‘The Lucky Caller No. 9 gets our nod for feel good album of the Autumn.’ ~Shilpa Ganatra, Irish Daily Star. ‘A set of such sterling quality you’d be forgiven for thinking he has a huge back catelogue of classics to call upon’ ~Don O Mahony, The Evening Echo ‘One of the finest at his craft in the country.’ ~Ciaran Ryan, Cluas.com ‘An excellent album stuffed with potential hits', Michael Carr Hot Press 'One of the finest Irish independent releases of recent years' ~Tim Peacock, Whisperinandhollerin.com 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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