How did you hear about Pete Maher Mastering?
I met Pete through My Space, he has played a major role in the development of my sound and career.
Description of the release, from Al Goodwin
My first release “Birth Death and In Between” was mastered by Pete and produced by myself and Mel Gabbitas. (2013)
The album was released on i-Tunes and can be streamed at the link below
Pete introduced me to the producer Steve Belgrave which led to the recording of the double A side “All Colours Shine”/”So Real” and subsequent mastering by Pete (2014)
Both releases have led to online reviews (below) and small theatre and festival appearances.
Al’s writing tells of heart breaking truth’s about love and life and his control of each eloquently crafted song oozes the joy and pain of his life’s experiences which he shares openly, inviting us to journey with him through his melodic and rhythmic landscapes. Al’s work is a triumph of the artist remaining faithful to the truth. Never compromising or giving way to influence. His live performances provide exactly the same experiences as do the cleverly simple and emotionally evocative videos for his songs.
“Following up from his acclaimed album ‘Birth, Death and In Between’ Al is in the midst of his new works with two new releases available to hear now ‘All Colours Shine’ and ‘So Real’ fostering the same intensity but with a heart rendering and beautifully crafted fuller production that harks back to the greats of the 70’s but with a very modern touch”
“Sparks of hope fly from each one of Al Goodwin’s songs as he takes you on a journey through the pivotal moments in his life. A warm, honest Yorkshireman, Al is no stranger to the hard grind of life and is clearly not afraid to bare his soul. But his sincere lyrics and fully charged acoustic guitar playing are laced with a strength, compassion and humour that verges on intoxicating. Experiencing a live performance with Al is like hanging out with an old friend with some great songs thrown in. A richly rewarding experience that comes with a lingering afterglow”