Brazilian singer-songwriter and musician, Eron Falbo’s debut album, 73, was produced by revered producer Bob Johnston; best known for his seminal work with Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Johnny Cash and Simon and Garfunkel.
Falbo released the 60’s inspired single “Beat the Drums” through Universal Music Group and then moved to Pisces Records (a small imprint back in Brazil) to release 73. The album was recorded at Nashville’s Dark Horse Recordings in a two day span. The finessing of the mixes and final overdubs were completed at the infamous Konk Studios in London.
Falbo calls 73 his “snapshot of the collective creative sentiment of the 60’s that he feels culminated in 1973. It is above all a lyrical dose of Rock & Roll, themed around ethical self-improvement, submerged in the exploration of cosmic hidden truths and illustrated by a new voice with a charmingly idiosyncratic perspective.”
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“A Baby-Step of Faith” by Eron Falbo