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Exclusive music from Micah P. Hinson

Micah P Hinson All Dressed Up and smelling of Strangers

Micah P Hinson All Dressed Up and smelling of Strangers

Society of Sound artist, B&W office favourite and resident of Abilene, Texas,  Micah P.Hinson has kindly allowed us to preview four tracks exclusively from his new album of covers, All Dressed up and Smelling of Strangers, which is out on the 28th September on Full Time Hobby Records. Micah is currently touring Europe, you can check his website for details.

The four covers available to Society of Sound members are:

  • Elvis’ ‘Are You Lonesome Tonight?’
  • Dylan’s ‘Times They are a-Changin”
  • Cohen’s ‘Suzanne’, and, most splendidly of all,
  • Orbison’s ‘Runnin’ Scared’.

As usual, we’d really like to know what you thought of the music.

3 Comments

  • Ken says:

    After downloading it, I was asked for a code to extract the files…what’s the code? Has anyone else experienced this?

  • Susanna says:

    Hi Ken,
    I’m sorry about this, we don’t know why it’s asking for a password for some people as we didn’t set one up.
    If you’d like to email us at sos@bwgroup.com and let us know if you use a mac or a pc I’ll send you a direct link to download the music.
    Thanks,
    Susanna

  • armin says:

    sorry for this, but this recording is bad. in “The Times They Are A-Changin’” every time the singer sings loud the voice moves to the right…seems like crosstalk or some resonating room mike.

    i wonder how the audio guy who recorded this could not hear this.

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