Summer Of Love Revisited – LISA MYCHOLS And SUPER 8 Teamed Up For A Sunlit Isolation Album

5 August 2020

Artists: Lisa Mychols and Super 8
Who: Californian singer/songwriter gal
Lisa ‘Ellie’ Mychols and Brit songsmith
Paul ‘Trip’ Ryan

Album: Lisa Mychols and Super 8
Released: 22 July 2020

Info: Trip and Lisa talked to The Big Takeover
about their collaboration and the longplayer…

Trip: “It was quite a challenge at times, but a mighty enjoyable one at that!
We did have a fair bit to contend with making this album. For example: The
concerns everyone has in the grip of a global pandemic for starters! Then there
was some major surgery to contend with my end in the midst of it all! We also
experienced our fair share of trans-Atlantic file-sharing issues, and technical
gremlins… I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved here!”

Lisa: “We were super connected throughout the whole entire process,
yet we had this individual and unique space we could create in. Seriously,
this has turned out to be one of the most fun projects I’ve ever been a part of.”

You can read the full The Big Takeover
feature & review here.

Key phrase: ‘If you’re going to write a song, try to get together with a collaborator
because it’s better to write with collaborators.”
Brian Wilson (The Beach Boys)

Keywords: Summer of love of 1967 / The Mamas & The Papas / Beach boy
& girl harmonies / California Dreamin’ / Brit-poppiness / Summer in the city /
Melodic catchiness / So happy together / Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin
glamour / Honey bees / Here comes the George Harrison sun / Flower power
vocality  / If you’re going to San Francisco…

…put some flowers
in your hair and
enjoy this sunlit
isolation beautiness…


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LISA MYCHOLS: Facebook
SUPER 8: Facebook

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