But who is Simon I???
One day, Simon I (it is pronounced SimonThe First), a respectable fellow from a
North-American town called Drummondville, decided to launch a side project that would
run parallel to the respectable functions that are keeping him busy on a daily basis.
So he started writing songs in the tongue of Shakespeare, Dylan, and McDonald.
Tongues have always been a passion for him. And Simon I knows music. Rain or shine, his head is always full of new melodies.Simon I left his land to go to New Amsterdam, where he got down to work with two gentlemen, Gus van Go and Werner F. Simon I likes true craftsmanship. He tries to play every instrument or just about.
After spending a few weeks in exile to record last winter, Simon I and his acolytes completed a ten-track album that sounds
like a ton of bricks. Each song has its own melodic depth, its own character. You’ll find Simon I to be a great melody-maker.
And where did he find this wonderful style? The secret lies in Drummondville.
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|1||Face Cream||03:09||Buy on iTunes|
|2||Fleet Week||03:07||Buy on iTunes|
|3||Automatic||03:24||Buy on iTunes|
|4||Switzerland in June||03:19||Buy on iTunes|
|5||Submission||02:44||Buy on iTunes|
|6||Tired All the Time||03:13||Buy on iTunes|
|7||I Hope||03:03||Buy on iTunes|
|8||Day Job (Modern Art Sculpture)||02:53||Buy on iTunes|
|9||Singing About Singing||03:46||Buy on iTunes|
|10||Exquisite Leisure Time||03:48||Buy on iTunes|