S. Carey – More I See
S. Carey (Sean Carey) creates lovely layered landscapes of musical goodness on his third full-length, Hundred Acres (February 2018), which begs the question: Why has Vodka missed the last two efforts? The number of song samples we click through to find goodness increases with the ease at which musicians of all stripes and, um, talents, can self-publish their music. All I can say is that we try, and sometimes we get lucky. Enter More I See (seen/heard here), from the aforementioned new long-player, a look at life from multiple angles.
From the pleasant intro, More I See builds, while Sean interjects the simple life analogy, “Everything we live for, boils down to mud.” The band made up of Nick Ball, Zach Hanson, Jeremy Boettcher, and Ben Lester is tight and never over-powering. Sean Carey trained in Jazz, which may not be evident in song styles here, but certainly explains his talent in musicianship and song creation.
You can find more information on Sean Carey by visiting his website, which has nearly everything you need. It’s missing his biography, which you can find on his Facebook “about” page. Missing, too, is the link to digital purchasing of tracks on Sean’s bandcamp.com site, but the store link on the website has some great physical purchase options, including a bundle purchase for all three of Sean’s long-players. Hopefully, these missing links will be fixed in the future.
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