Time After Time due for release digitally 28th August 2020 Right Track / Universal
New Album Entity
Due for release 25th Sept 2020
A few surprises……
The first being a cover of the iconic track Time After Time performed alongside my brilliant mentor Gordon Giltrap MBE .. this is the first single from the album and is already getting regular airplay in London
Secondly, Melanie Jane, my first ever original instrumental, I’m so proud of it.
Gordon Giltrap, Oliver Wakeman, Dave ‘Bucket’ Colwell alongside some amazing local musicians, my brilliant bassist Jim Waltham, Mikey Scott drums, Alan Drever-Smith percussion, Beth Nicholson Cello and Margaret Pinder double bass.
Backing vocals from Adam Norsworthy & Isobel Kimberely
Recorded by Mikey Scott, Ben Martin & Wayne Proctor
Produced by Carrie Martin, Ben Martin & Wayne Proctor
Mixed & mastered by Wayne Proctor/ House Of Tone
I’ve put my heart and soul into this one .. every word has come from my heart & hope you like it….. for now please take a look at the new video for Time After Time…
“I had been playing this song constantly when I first met Gordon and we ended up doing it together on stage. As a writer myself it’s just one of those tracks lyrically that makes you think ‘Damn I wish I had written those words ‘. It seemed so right we should give it a go!”
“Carrie’s words for me are just pure poetry, written and sung from the heart creating beautiful images. She’s also a pretty fine guitarist as well as being a superb singer’.”
Carrie’s stunning album recorded and produced by Mikey Scott features guest appearances from Elliott Randall, Gordon Giltrap, Oliver Wakeman, Daniel Karl Cassidy, Ricky Silvers, Jamie Fowler, Mikey Scott and Pete McLeod and is available for only £10 (FREE postage to UK mainland).
‘There is a touch of Kate Bush in the higher range of Martin’s voice and in her inflection. However, this is accompanied by a rich mezzo undertone that gives real depth to her singing and the emotion in which she infuses it – a perfect foil for the mature and thoughtful words’