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Pre-order Jake's new album on vinyl
Click here to pre-order the vinyl, Elimination and Creation
We are getting to the pointy end of production of Jake’s upcoming album: looking at a March, 2022 release. It is always exciting when a new work is to be released, especially a full album.
We are hoping that there will be sufficient interest in Jake’s new album that we might be able to include a limited release of the album on vinyl lp.
To make it even worthwhile for us to do this, we would need 60 (minimum) to pre-order and pre-pay for this album. The cost of the album would be $40 (plus $10 p/h in Australia) and a little more for overseas.
We would be looking to January 30, 2022, to determine if pre-sales are sufficient. If they are not, money will be refunded in full. Thank you to those who have already indicated that they will purchase a copy.
SPECIAL OFFER: to those who pre-order/pre-purchase a vinyl of ‘Elimination and Creation’, you will also receive a FREE copy of the album on cd [value $12:50].
Please consider pre-purchasing this new album, which is titled, ‘Elimination and Creation’. It can be pre-purchased in one of three ways.
Go to ‘Jake Hanney Music’ on facebook and dm us to express your interest [https://www.facebook.com/jakehanneymusic]
Go to Jake’s website, jakehanney.com, and on the home page, [below] click the “Click here to pre-order the vinyl, Elimination and Creation", and that will take you to a pre-order and payment form
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest.
Please consider pre-purchasing the lp as it is a real opportunity for Jake to release his first vinyl. At this stage, the cd version is not available for pre-purchase: only the vinyl lp.
Once pre-ordered and paid for, the money is non-refundable, unless we do not reach the pre-sale figure of 60 orders, in which case, your money will be refunded in full.
Click here to purchase Jake's latest single, '1000 Reasons Why'
This review is from Atomic Music Australia! of the song, My Friend, taken from the most recent Jake Hanney album, Hard Work.
'My Friend' is one of the most promising resurrections of British-Invasion pop to come out of Drouin Victoria and land on the Atomic platform. Jake Hanney Music also happens to be an artist from the younger end of the spectrum to grace the air-waves of Atomic digital radio. Jake expresses a mastery over his vocal intonation that borders on phantasmagorical. Dipping and weaving between one key and another in a single note. His prowess on guitar matches his sensational vocal effects with ease. Definitely a recommendation to tune-in and listen to this promising young artist.
Review of '1000 Reasons Why' by Kristina Mondo of Radio Airplay
Older and wiser in years in both age and music, singer/songwriter Jake Hanney is a pop music wonder kid and prodigy who has a penchant and appreciation for creating music that’s a modernized version of the music of the ’70s and ’80s and influenced and inspired by bands like ABBA and The Bee Gees while creating something all his own with wonder and musical prowess it's an interesting and diverse sound. The sound is one that would appeal to fans of the '70s and '80s and disco music who prefer an updated modern flair.
Hanney's vocals are impressive especially due to his age and as a newcomer on the scene. His voice has a great tone, intonation, and wonderful control over his voice, there's a bit of an 80's sound to it. The song is reminiscent of sounds of the Beatles, Dexys Midnight Runners, filled with breezy, contemporary sounds, featuring drums, keyboards, and tambourine, for a foot-tapping and light-hearted tune. A multi-instrumentalist, you can certainly hear his passion for songwriting and the influences his favorite music has had on his own creations. It's a quirky, fun song with flair.
For Fans of the '70s and '80's music, synth-beats, pop, and disco music
Jake's Album, Hard Work, is available for purchase
Click 'Reviews' tab above to take you to the Australian Music icon, Peter Sullivan's review of the album, 'Hard Work' and a comprehensive review by Gerard Lewis-Fitzgerald.