|Title:||The Small Hours|
|Category:||Electronic / Jazz / Funk, Soul / Blues / World, Folk, Country / Screen, stage|
|Other format:||VOX MMF MP4 AIFF DXD AC3 MP1|
Matt Berry may be best known for his series of hilarious characters on TV shows like The IT Crowd, Snuff Box, and Toast of London, but he's had a musical career cooking along at the same time.
Produced by Matt Berry. Album The Small Hours. The Small Hours Lyrics. It's the hours in between that I have doubts It's the mist in the trees when the fear mounts. It's the edge of the dawn when I feel low It's the grey like the pools through the window. All combined with the strength of being alone. It's the film that goes 'round in slow motion It's the sound from the air of the ocean.
Matthew Charles Berry (born 2 May 1974) is an English actor, comedian, writer, and musician. He has appeared in comedy series such as The IT Crowd, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, The Mighty Boosh, Snuff Box, The Wrong Door, and House of Fools. He currently plays the lead role of Steven Toast in the Channel 4 sitcom Toast of London, for which he won the 2015 BAFTA Award for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme. Starting in 2019, he has starred in the FX television series What We Do In the Shadows.
Hello Matt Berry fans! You will want this album in your collection. The music is a real TREAT!!! Lots of catchy tunes and quite a bit of fun and uplifting melodies. Love the choice of instruments - I feel like this is undiscovered music from the 70's, but jazzed up, spiced up and with cool sound effects for this decade. Just love it. Especially 'Lord Above', 'Say it again' and 'Gone for good'. Matt's voice is solid gold.
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Berry followed up the album in 2013 with the release of the richly autumnal Kill the Wolf, which featured guest spots from Morriss, Eric Johnson of the Shins, and James Robert Shaw of Everything Everything. The next year he took his band, now called the Maypoles, on the road, documenting it with a live album, Matt Berry & the Maypoles Live, that November. When it came time to record his next album, 2016's The Small Hours, Berry headed to Rimshot Studio in Kent, where they used a hand-built 60-year-old mixing desk. He also used his home studio and for the first time recorded his band laying down the basic tracks live.