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White Light Rock & Roll Review (2004)

White Light Rock & Roll Review cover art
CD Art

Album Information

"White Light Rock & Roll Review" was released on June 15th, 2004.

Liner Notes

All songs by Matthew Good
©2004 Dunharrow Music Inc./EMI April Music
Canada Inc. (SOCAN) except North American for Life by Good/Thor Valdsen/Priske/Steward Dunharrow Music Inc./EMI April Music Canada Inc. (SOCAN)/Thor Valdsen/Priske/Steward

Produced, engineered & mixed by Warne Livesey
Recorded at Mushroom Studios & Warehouse Studios, Vancouver, Canada
Assisted by Scott Ternan, Joel Livesey, Zach Blackstone, Kirk McNally
Mastered by Tim Young at Metropolis, London, UK
Special thanks to Lance, Rick King, and Jeff Craib for hurting his knee

Art Direction. Matthew Good
Design. Garnet Armstrong
Photography. Ivan Otis
White photos shot @ VAG

The paintings front and back are Second Beach Three & Second Beach Four by Lisa Visagie

Pat Steward: drums
Rich Priske: bass
Christian Thor Valdsen performs lead guitar on track 00
Paul Rigby performs pedal steel on tracks 4/9/10/00
Warne Livesey performs electric guitar on track 4
Matt Good: vocals, guitars, piano, keyboards

Management:
Bernie Breen Management
Mail@berniebreen.com

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Singles

  • Alert Status Red (May 4, 2004)
  • It's Been Awhile Since I was Your Man

B-Sides

Trivia

  • The paintings front and back are Second Beach Three & Second Beach Four by Lisa Visagie.
  • Warne Livesey played electric guitar on track 4 (Empty Road).
  • The liner art was shot at the Vancouver Art Gallery. It's the same place where they filmed Matt's "Hot or Not" session on MuchMusic.
  • The first 30,000 copies of this album came in a "digipak" which, to keep it simple, was made of cardboard.

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