Star Crossed Lovers (And the Fall of Kings)

Shannon Mulready

It's the real thing.

She said it reminds her of being in a meadow, feeling the grass blades tickle her toes. The good life is so simple. Though it took a long time to learn.

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The Lightning Power People and Bad Shadow

Shannon Mulready

Where the shadows have their faces.

The Lightning Power People and Bad Shadow is Shannon Mulready's 6th Solo Album. It is a Progressive Rock album written, performed and recorded by Shannon. Glossy production techniques and formulaic arrangements will not been found on this album. Guest appearances on the 2nd Track entitled "Hear What I Know" (recorded at The Coffeehouse by Mike Arafeh) include Heather Dale, Ethan Elwell, Kirk Rapport, Pete Russo and Geoff Willard.

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Collector's Item

Shannon Mulready

Warbled incantations.

Slide guitars, Synthesizers, Bowed Guitars, Stomp Boxes, Delay Loops, Flangers, Phasers, Drums, Pianos and more!

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Driggs & Roebling

Shannon Mulready

All the roads I have taken have all led to you.

Driggs & Roebling is Shannon Mulready’s fourth solo album. The album was recorded bit by bit (an hour here and an hour there) over two years in between rehearsals, day jobs and unwanted background noise at Brollik’s rehearsal space at the Music Garage in Williamsburg Brooklyn (on South 4th St. between Driggs & Roebling). Each instrument and vocal track was performed by Shannon. Put on some headphones and see if you dig the sounds.

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Saws and Sledgehammers

Shannon Mulready

Fantastic tunes and formidable performances.

“Saws and Sledgehammers” (2006) is the third solo album from Shannon Mulready (following 2002's "The Unusual Temple " and 2004's "Wake Me If The House Burns Down"). Aiding Shannon's multi-instrumentation and Vocals are Kirk Rapport (Lead Guitar) on "Insurgency", "Beacon Of Day & Night", and "Monk's Scream"; Pete Russo (Drums & Percussion) on "Destroy Your Setlist"; and Mike Arafeh (Engineer & Producer of the album) adding percussion on "Insurgency" and "Bandit".

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Wake Me If the House Burns Down

Shannon Mulready

Art rock.

Shannon’s second solo album “Wake Me If The House Burns Down” (2004) is an exploration into the many themes of rock music from 60's psychedelic and blues music through 70's fusion and the 80's & 90's hard rock.

Recorded on an old 8 Track machine at Shannon's roaming home, garage and rundown office studios with the exception of two cuts from "The Coffeehouse" in Middletown, CT.

Augmenting Shannon’s multi-instumental overdubs is Ethan Elwell (Bass) on "What’s Left Tomorrow" and "The New Mind", Dave Crotser (Bass) on "Guided By Minions and Favorites" and Sean Mulready (Lead Guitar) on "Pattern Five".

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The Unusual Temple

Shannon Mulready

An adventure of sound reminiscent of Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin.

The Unusual Temple is a concept album from Shannon Mulready recorded in 2001 at The Coffeehouse in Middletown, CT. It features Shannon performing all of the instruments with the help of Brea Quinn on harmony vocals. The entire album combines 11 songs together revolving around the key of D minor.

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