The Story So Far
Review by Steve Alspach
Autumn, in its glory, is a magnificent palette of colors - reds, yellows, oranges, and browns. Mostly Autumn is a band that also combines different tastes to a single, cohesive whole, combining touches of progressive, gothic, Celtic, and radio-ready tunes into a strong rock mix that would appeal fans of bands such as October Project. Mostly Autumn released a live CD last year and showed that they are a top notch band live. (Although, for those of us who go over CD notes with a fine-toothed comb, songwriting credits would have been nice. No need to be shy, people, these are some good songs!)
The personnel on this album are: Mostly Autumn (Bryan Josh, lead guitar and vocals; Heather Findlay, vocals, guitar, bodhran, tambourine, and recorder; Iain Jennings, keyboards; Liam Davison, guitar; Angela Goldthorpe, flute, recorders, vocals; Andy Smith, bass; and Jonathan Blackmore, drums); Rachel Jones, Mark Atkinson, and Gina Dootson; backing vocals.