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Lee Fletcher (feat. Markus Reuter & Lisa Fletcher) – Faith in Worthless Things

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Lee Fletcher (feat. Markus Reuter & Lisa Fletcher) – Faith in Worthless Things

The debut solo album by producer, songwriter, and musician Lee Fletcher, with featured guest artists Lisa Fletcher & Markus Reuter, plus an eclectic array of supporting performers

Produced, Arranged, Mixed and Mastered by Lee Fletcher
Strategic Support and Production Assistance: Markus Reuter
www.markusreuter.com

Engineered by Lee Fletcher, (with additional sessions engineered by Frieder Zimmermann, Markus Reuter, Tim Motzer, BJ Cole, Bernhard Wöstheinrich, Richie Nieto, and Chris Wong)

Original Artwork: ‘Sweep’ & ‘Zephyr’ by Rachael Nee, reproduced with kind permission www.rachaelnee.com
Art Direction by Lee Fletcher | Design & Layout by Oscar Henriquez


Lisa Fletcher: Lead & Backing Vocals (1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10)

Lee Fletcher: Keyboards, Electronics, Programming, Treatments, Digital Editing, Arrangements (all tracks) | Additional Vocals (3, 4, 7, 8) | Bass Guitar (1, 3) | Virtual Guitars (2, 4, 7, 10) | Soundscape (6)

Markus Reuter: Touch Guitars® U8 Deluxe (all tracks) | Soundscapes (3, 4, 5, 6, 9) | Acoustic Guitar (2) | Additional Keyboards (2)

SiRenée: Guest Lead Vocals (5) | Additional Backing Vocals (4, 8)

with:

Steve Bingham: Acoustic & Electric Violins, Viola (1, 3)
Alan Burton: Uilleann Pipes (5, 7, 9, 10) | Low Whistle (4, 10)
Luca Calabrese: Trumpet (2, 4, 5, 6, 10)
BJ Cole: Pedal Steel Guitar (2, 5, 6, 10)
Robert Fripp: Soundscape (6)
Clint Hollinson: Acoustic Guitar (1)
Jacqueline Kershaw: French Horn (3, 5, 9)
Oliver Klemp: Acoustic Bass (2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10)
Matthias Macht: Drums & Percussion (2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10)
Tim Motzer: Electric Guitar (1, 2, 5) | Acoustic Guitar (1, 2) | Soundscape (1) | Ukulele (5)
Richie Nieto: Chapman Stick (4)
Chris Wong: Fretless Bass (5)
Bernhard Wöstheinrich: Additional Keyboards (6)


The copyright in these sound recordings is owned by Lee Fletcher under licence to Unsung Records (UR019CD)

(P) & © 2012 Lee Fletcher

“There are many well-groomed tunes to be admired” (Sid Smith: Prog Magazine)

“Sonically rich with layers of interesting parts and really nice arrangement ideas” (Richard Barbieri: Musician – Porcupine Tree, Japan)

“Lovely and intelligent melodic-prog” (Barry Cleveland: Guitar Player Magazine)

“Incredible production, gorgeous vocals, impeccable instrumentation, and heavy lyrics. There’s nothing here not to love” (Vince Font: Writer & Broadcaster – US ‘Progopolis’ Radio Show)

“An ominous, richly produced debut from a very talented sound-artist” (René Yedema: iO Pages Magazine)

“Affection and anger, dislocation and commonality, families and strangers, nature and the grind, all linked under a lovingly gilded arch of strings, soft voices and soundscapes” (Dann Chinn: Misfit City)

“Lee’s words are from the heart and full of soul, and most importantly REAL” (Roger Trenwith: Duch Progressive Rock Page)

“Great musical craftsmanship, intriguing musical ideas and captivating sounds” (Jerry Lucky: The Progressive Rock Files)

“We need to be thankful that work this beautiful still gets made” (Chris Jones: Writer & BBC Producer)

“This is 100% excellence in every way. RECOMMENDED!” (Lee Henderson: ProgNaut)