Bill, if you don't mind, I have a question about the arrangements on a couple of the songs on All Over You.
The first is the opening cut, Singing the Blues (All Over You). In the chorus, I hear all those guitars and I can't help but hearing a horn section in my head.
The second is Hot Winds. The song sounds almost Vaudeville-ish and again, when I hear the slide guitar, I'm thinking trombone.
The question: Was this your intent on these songs, or did it just happen that way?
I note that on that album as a whole there is a lot happening; many guitar parts are in there but it's subtle, never crowded. I love listening to it because there's always something new to hear if I listen close enough. Probably my favourite Chilliwack album in terms of musicality and arrangements.
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