Gessle’s album may feature a falsetto blues
GöteborgsPosten (Gothenburg Daily) has an interview with Per Gessle today, regarding the press statement released yesterday. They have gotten some more info about the forthcoming album.
If the project will be a solo album, a new group name or what language will finally make the cut, Per doesn't want to go into. However, he gladly mentions the wide spread of material they have recorded. "I have recorded so many different kinds of music, a musical testament if you will. Instrumentals, westerns, horny three-chord pieces, some green country, a nine-minute bubble gum pop medley, spiced with a falsetto blues. We'll see where we land. Everything is very spontaneous, fun and exciting," Per says to GP.
Per estimates that they need another 30 studio days. When the album will be released is not yet determined, however, it does seem to be followed by a tour, Gessle seems eager: "Of course it would be great to meet my possible audience again!"
- GP's article (In Swedish)
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August 3rd, 2005
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