Living Together In Harmony: Paul Brighton Releases Compilation EP ‘Love And Live’

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‘Love And Live’, a collective EP comprising the work of a group of musicians and singers from England’s South Coast, is available now.

The seven track EP, ‘Love and Live’, produced and compiled by Paul Brighton, features the artists Kelly Woods, Olu Rowe, Samhain, Luke Jon Stala, Al Moghadam, Parv, Jordan Duke, and Daniel Bateman, as well as contributions from Brighton himself, who also worked and recorded with the singers and musicians for all songs.

From the ‘Love And Live’ website:

Love and Live is a concept inspired by Respect, Harmony and Positivity (RHP). 

Every day people do extraordinary things for the people around them; working for community, their country and for people worldwide.  They share their talents and inspire those around them to achieve better things for the people in their own lives.  By having respect for all other individuals and by working and creating together, side by side in a harmonious way, people can achieve great things.  Through the process of being alongside others and sharing the activities they love, the positivity that’s generated has the potential to spread to many more people around them.  The harnessing of a perfect and ever needed storm.

‘Love And Live’ was recorded and mixed in two studios, Pistol Chamber, and Foundry Studio, the latter of which was also where the mastering was done by Kevin Smith. The final product is a soundtrack to a love story, capturing many different perspectives, from initially falling in love, to heartache. It’s an ambitious project but the initial sample (listen below), definitely has the chilled and relaxed vibe they were going for.

‘Love And Live’ was released on October 3 and is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Tidal and all other online digital music download stores. Check out more about ‘Love And Live’ on their website, Facebook, and Twitter.

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