Fulton Lights

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about

The debut. 2007. It was a slow start, literally. Originally co-released with Catbird Records.

"This darkly beautiful waking dream, crafted with deft orchestration and soporific beats by Brooklyn-based musician Andrew Spencer Goldman, exists permanently in the witching hour, when you can close your eyes and somehow manage to feel alone in a city of millions."--AM New York

"...A carefully pulsing electronic folk album...Beautiful music for aghast city dwellers...Most warmly recommended."--Der Spiegel (Germany)

credits

released January 1, 2007

Produced by Rob Christiansen, Steve Silverstein, and Andrew Spencer Goldman.

"Intro" and "1,000 Little Eyes" co-produced by Still
"Thank God for the Evening News" co-produced by Oktopus

All words and music by ASG

Recorded January-November 2005 by Rob Christiansen and Steve Silverstein primarily at Diamond Street Studios and Rob's house, w/recording of piano, strings, and upright bass at an undisclosed Manhattan location. Mixed in November 2005 by Rob C, Ethan Donaldson, ASG, and Steve S at Excello Studios in Brooklyn NY. Organ recorded at The Carousel by Joe McGinty. Vibraphone recorded at Silver Sonya by TJ Lipple.

Mastered by Jen Munson at DB Plus in NYC.
Photography by Will Lamson www.williamlamson.com
Design and layout by Ryan Catbird.

The crew:
ASG
Rob Christiansen
Steve Silverstein
James Ilgenfritz III
TJ Lipple
Pat Muchmore
Jean Cook
Karen Waltuch
Still
Oktopus

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