The Blinding White Of Nothing At All

by The Lees Of Memory

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Nerve Salad Likely one of the best albums I've heard in a long time. A real shame I hadn't found this earlier. While their earlier albums are a little more on the shoegazey side, this album comes full circle and makes way for the Shades... Total brilliance, and firmly in amongst my favorite albums ever. Not a single dull moment anywhere.
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woofwoofster Probably the best complete The Lees of Memory album I bought today
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Richard RR I'm no kid but this fantastic record made me feel young again. The Lees of Memory have hit the sweet spot of raga rock (1966-68). Yet "The Blinding Light Of Nothing At All" is not at all an exercise in mere emulation. While thoughts of George Harrison, Brian Jones, Procol Harum, Traffic and even The Status Quo will wash over any listener of my age: the Lees Of Memory are exploring and illuminating the moods and sounds of the era as if it were happening here, now. I love this record. Favorite track: Blue As The Moon.
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about

Produced by John Davis & Mike Purcell.
Recorded by Mike Purcell & Weston Wellman at County Q
& Vibe Recordings, Nashville, TN.
Mixed & Mastered by Mike Purcell.

John Davis: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, classical guitar, 12-string guitar, banjo, pedal steel, electric bass, upright bass, piano, tack piano, Hammond organ, Bontempi, synthesizer, harmonium, mellotron, sitar, tanpura, congas, bongo, guiro, djembe, claves, cabasa, maracas, bells, wind chimes, tambourine, harmonica, kazoo, vocals.

Brandon Fisher: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electric piano, organ, synthesizer, mellotron, vocals.

Nick Slack: drums.

Regular of the Obscene Horn Section:
Madden Purcell: trumpet
Noah Robinson: trombone
Corey Bowen: tenor sax

Strings on “All You Really Want Is Love” arranged & performed by Matt Slocum.

Songs by John Davis except “Bring It Home To Me”, “Forever Changes Every Day”, “Four For Tea” & “Stillness Is An Art” by Brandon Fisher & John Davis.
© 2017 John Davis brand Music (BMI).
Administered by Words And Music, a division of Big Deal Music.

Cover Painting: John Davis, “The Blinding White Of Nothing At All II”, 24” x 24”, glue & acrylic on board, 2016.

Gatefold mandala & label design by Jeremy Withers.
Instagram: @jrmyfuzz
Cover photography by Ethan Luck.
Mike Purcell photo by Nick Slack.
Sleeve design by JTF.

Special Thanks: Nate White, George Middlebrooks, Amanda Bennett, Nathan Hartley Maas & the Deal King, Brie Williams, Hannah Rae, Paul Scholten at County Q, Danick Dupelle at Vibe Recordings, Wes Garland at Nashville Record Productions, Matt Earley at Gotta Groove Records, Adam Dalton at NTS Promedia, Mike Fordham & Lauren Adelman at PledgeMusic and all those who pledged allegiance, Taj Indian Restaurant, Peet’s Coffee, HEM Incense & Satya Sai Baba, our beautiful wives & children, friends & families and God Almighty.

In Loving Memory of Judy Mae Davis & Clara Baker Fisher.

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released November 24, 2017

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