Inara George, también componente de The bird and the bee, vuelve en solitario con un nuevo trabajo llamado "Accidental Experimental"
photo: Autumn DeWilde
Accidental Experimental (Release Date: 20 Oct 2009)
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Accidental Experimental "isn't like a regular record," says Los Angeles-based songwriter Inara George of the 11-song digital-only release from Everloving. "This was like digging into the back of the closet and bringing out your favorite winter clothes."
And Inara George wears many outfits. Also known for her work as one half of retro-electro duo The Bird and The Bee, Inara George's 2005 debut solo album All Rise was a hit for KCRW and included a cover of Joe Jackson’s “Fool’s In Love,” which was made popular on Grey’s Anatomy and the accompanying soundtrack album.
Some of the songs on Accidental Experimental have been with Inara George for some time, including a few which would become the blueprint for 2008's An Invitation, her lush and epic collaboration with legendary arranger and Brian Wilson collaborator Van Dyke Parks.
To complete Accidental Experimental, George teamed up again with producer and frequent collaborator Mike Andrews (Donnie Darko, Grey Boy All-Stars). "I trust Mike's sensibilities," says George of working with Andrews in the recording studio. "I usually lay down scratch vocals and a guitar track, maybe some piano and then he fills it up with additional instrumentation. He put lots of his own personality into the songs, and knows where things need more attention."
Together they have outfitted Accidental Experimental with a mixture of baroque pop, experimental folk, and romantic balladry that fans of both her solo work and band efforts will immediately find familiar and essential.