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Somewhere South of Sane

by Salim Nourallah

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kaleidoscopeman Groovy mellow vibes... this one's gonna be a good one to let soak in... like the psychedelic moods on many of the tracks and the steel guitar tracks are cool... a lot of tunes, but I'm enjoying the ride ! Favorite track: Boy In a Record Shop.
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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Salim's 1st ever double album! Pressed on 140 gram black vinyl in deluxe gatefold jacket, with artwork by Jeff Caudill.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Somewhere South of Sane via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    CD edition of Somewhere South of Sane, in gatefold case with artwork by Jeff Caudill.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Somewhere South of Sane via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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about

Salim Nourallah calls his new album “the work of a functional crazy person.” The beloved musician-producer has spent more than 15 years as a fixture on the North Texas music scene, but Somewhere South of Sane is his boldest work yet: a vinyl double album that captures the implosion of his marriage, along with the madness of life among the record stacks. In 21 songs, and seven bonus tracks, Nourallah takes us from the gorgeous trance-inducing psychedelia of the opener “Boy in a Record Shop” to the catharsis of the album’s blistering final act.

credits

released September 28, 2018

SOMEWHERE SOUTH OF SANE was written, recorded, mixed & produced by Salim Nourallah at Pleasantry Lane, Dallas

All of Nick Earl’s electric & bowed guitar parts were recorded by Matt Hibbard
Relief was recorded & mixed by Kyle Crusham at HEK, Austin
Moving Man was mixed by Matt Hibbard
Tucumcari, Sweet as a Weed & You’re the Light were recorded & mixed by Matt Hibbard
Let Go of the Night & Tucumcari strings arranged & recorded by Rick Nelson at Marigny Recording, New Orleans
Moving Man strings arranged & recorded by Deni Bonet at Fourth Floor Studios, NYC
Mastered by Matt Agoglia in Beacon, New York

Salim Nourallah - acoustic guitar, piano, bass, vocals
Nick Earl - electric guitar, bowed guitar, autoharp, music box, piano on Life School
John Butler – backing vocals on Let Go of the Night
Rick Nelson – violin, viola, cello on Let Go of the Night & Tucumcari
Kyle Crusham - electric guitar on Relief
Joe Reyes - drums on Relief; additional acoustic on You're the Light
Deni Bonet - violin & viola on Moving Man
Ward Williams - cello on Moving Man
Xuan – backing vocals on A Thousand Ways to Miss You
Evan Weiss - trumpet on Life School

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