℗ 2018 ECR Music Group
Duration 33m 34s
Record Label ECR Music Group
Catalogue No. ECR0604015
Release Date October 24, 2006
Genre Rock

Silencer (Remastered)

Blake Morgan

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Silver Lining
Blake Morgan
Danger to Wake You
Blake Morgan
No Surprises
Blake Morgan
Blake Morgan
Better Angels
Blake Morgan
Blake Morgan
Sick for You
Blake Morgan
It's Gone
Blake Morgan
Duration    33m 34s
“Morgan seems to have figured out what so many back-arching singer-songwriters can’t . . . Great songs and great singing is apparently all you need if you have the goods, and there are plenty of goods to be had here . . . with imaginative arrangements that underscore his raw, iconic singing.” - Blender Magazine Silencer is a 2006 acoustic album by American singer-songwriter Blake Morgan. It features Morgan on vocals and piano performing acoustic versions of both new and older material, dating back to 1996. A cover of "No Surprises" by Radiohead was also released as a digital bonus track. Originally produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Blake Morgan at Valiant Recording, NYC. This reissue was mixed and remastered in 2018 by Blake Morgan at Valiant Recording, NYC!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECR Music Group Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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