Named one of the Albums of the Year by Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, and Vocalo.
“A master of slow-motion psychedelia, the better to appreciate his wryly bittersweet lyrics, the former Kid Million vocalist and multi-instrumentalist remains one of the city’s most evolved pop craftsmen of the last decade.” - Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune and NPR's Sound Opinions
“This chronically underrated Chicago musician has given us another set of smart, literate, heartfelt psychedelic pop musing on no less a subject than the importance of music in our lives in this solipsistic era of the easy download.”
- Jim DeRogatis, Vocalo.com
released August 17, 2010
David Singer & The Sweet Science
The Sweet Science is:
Ron Kwasman (guitar), Mike Simons (bass), and Howard Windmiller (drums)
Additional vocals on "Silicon" by Herbal Essence -
Jane Brown Riff, Heather McGaw, and Eva Yusa
Flute on "Fade In" by Heather McGaw
Produced by David Singer and Neil Strauch
Recorded at Engine Studios and Whipple Labs, Chicago
Mixed by Neil Strauch and David Singer
Mastered by Collin Jordan at Boiler Room
Design by blackout design
Photography by Kevin Banna
Our most sincere thanks to Neil Strauch,
John Humphrey and Engine Studios, Bob Weston,
Brian Deck, Wes Hollywood, Jon Singer
and Kevin Banna.
Lifetime Achievement Awards to Eva Yusa, Ellery Singer, Heather McGaw, Stacey Buckner, Laura Windmiller, Brendan Phillips, Tim Riff, Jane Brown Riff, Paul Adelstein, Mike Ujiki, Mark Schwarz, Ella Myers, Nick Markos, Erica Sims, Jake Westermann, Jon Singer, Luke Singer, Alice Singer, Leo Singer, Finn Singer, James Yusa and Chris Yusa.
For Eva and Ellery forever and ever and ever.
All songs ©2010 David Singer, administered by The Little Blue Dog Alone ASCAP.