With increasing popularity in the Southern California club scene as a British Invasion influenced cover band, composers William Hale and Michael Robinson of 'Routine' flex their musical styles with this eclectic group of original songs that pays tribute to several genres. A labor of love, The Man in Apartment 19 was two years in the making--and well worth the wait! The 'cheeky' attitude that makes Routine so popular with live audiences is not missing from this debut album. From the driving opening chords of 'One of a Kind' to the wistful meloncholy of 'The Christmas Song', this collection will satisfy listeners of all ages. And for those who miss old fashioned album cover art? David Lindamood's schizophrenic interpretation of 'The Man in Apartment 19' is well worth the purchase on it's own!
With increasing popularity in the Southern California club scene as a British Invasion influenced cover band, composers William Hale and Michael Robinson of 'Routine' flex their musical styles with this eclectic group of original songs that pays tribute to several genres. A labor of love, The Man in Apartment 19 was two years in the making--and well worth the wait! The 'cheeky' attitude that makes Routine so popular with live audiences is not missing from this debut album. From the driving opening chords of 'One of a Kind' to the wistful meloncholy of 'The Christmas Song', this collection will satisfy listeners of all ages. And for those who miss old fashioned album cover art? David Lindamood's schizophrenic interpretation of 'The Man in Apartment 19' is well worth the purchase on it's own!
888174496382

Details

Format: CD
Label: CDB
Rel. Date: 12/20/2013
UPC: 888174496382

The Man in Apartment 19
Artist: Routine
Format: CD
New: Not on Hand, let us get it for you...
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

More Info:

With increasing popularity in the Southern California club scene as a British Invasion influenced cover band, composers William Hale and Michael Robinson of 'Routine' flex their musical styles with this eclectic group of original songs that pays tribute to several genres. A labor of love, The Man in Apartment 19 was two years in the making--and well worth the wait! The 'cheeky' attitude that makes Routine so popular with live audiences is not missing from this debut album. From the driving opening chords of 'One of a Kind' to the wistful meloncholy of 'The Christmas Song', this collection will satisfy listeners of all ages. And for those who miss old fashioned album cover art? David Lindamood's schizophrenic interpretation of 'The Man in Apartment 19' is well worth the purchase on it's own!