Multi Story formed in the early 1980's. Following a session recorded for Tommy Vance's Radio One Rock Show in 1984, the band signed with Heavy Metal Records (the new FM label), and released their debut album "East West", recorded in Monmouth's famous Rockfield Studios, in 1985. The band supported Magnum on their "On A Storyteller's Night" tour of 20 dates throughout the UK, leading to headline gigs at the Marquee Club, and TV appearances. The band's second album "Through Your Eyes" was released in 1987 with Grantley Nicholas on vocals (who later went on to form Feeder), following the departure of original vocalist Paul Ford. The band subsequently parted company with the FM label, following the album's release. Many years later, writing partners Rob Wilsher (founder member and keyboard player) and Paul Ford got the creative juices flowing again and started casually working on new material as a duo. It was reaching completion when Rob met brothers Jordan Neale and Aedan Neale on another music project, which sparked the idea of re-working the material to accommodate a full band and fire the Multi Story machine back into life with a new line up. The result was their first album in 29 years - 2016's well received Crimson Stone, which the band openly regarded as a bridging album between their roots and more contemporary influences. Their subsequent double live album, "Live at Acapela" in 2017, then went on to showcase a breadth of music from their studio albums to a very enthusiastic audience in that live and very intimate setting, Acapela Studio. CBF10 is Multi Story's latest studio album and features some special guests. Some of the songs have drawn juice from the band's rockier veins yet the album still demonstrates those symphonic touches that Multi Story do so well. CBF10 is not a concept album but there are subtle threads and connections across the songs that listeners may spot... and, anyway, what is CBF10? This release comes in a digipak with 24 page booklet.
Multi Story formed in the early 1980's. Following a session recorded for Tommy Vance's Radio One Rock Show in 1984, the band signed with Heavy Metal Records (the new FM label), and released their debut album "East West", recorded in Monmouth's famous Rockfield Studios, in 1985. The band supported Magnum on their "On A Storyteller's Night" tour of 20 dates throughout the UK, leading to headline gigs at the Marquee Club, and TV appearances. The band's second album "Through Your Eyes" was released in 1987 with Grantley Nicholas on vocals (who later went on to form Feeder), following the departure of original vocalist Paul Ford. The band subsequently parted company with the FM label, following the album's release. Many years later, writing partners Rob Wilsher (founder member and keyboard player) and Paul Ford got the creative juices flowing again and started casually working on new material as a duo. It was reaching completion when Rob met brothers Jordan Neale and Aedan Neale on another music project, which sparked the idea of re-working the material to accommodate a full band and fire the Multi Story machine back into life with a new line up. The result was their first album in 29 years - 2016's well received Crimson Stone, which the band openly regarded as a bridging album between their roots and more contemporary influences. Their subsequent double live album, "Live at Acapela" in 2017, then went on to showcase a breadth of music from their studio albums to a very enthusiastic audience in that live and very intimate setting, Acapela Studio. CBF10 is Multi Story's latest studio album and features some special guests. Some of the songs have drawn juice from the band's rockier veins yet the album still demonstrates those symphonic touches that Multi Story do so well. CBF10 is not a concept album but there are subtle threads and connections across the songs that listeners may spot... and, anyway, what is CBF10? This release comes in a digipak with 24 page booklet.
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Label: F2
Rel. Date: 11/06/2020
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Multi Story formed in the early 1980's. Following a session recorded for Tommy Vance's Radio One Rock Show in 1984, the band signed with Heavy Metal Records (the new FM label), and released their debut album "East West", recorded in Monmouth's famous Rockfield Studios, in 1985. The band supported Magnum on their "On A Storyteller's Night" tour of 20 dates throughout the UK, leading to headline gigs at the Marquee Club, and TV appearances. The band's second album "Through Your Eyes" was released in 1987 with Grantley Nicholas on vocals (who later went on to form Feeder), following the departure of original vocalist Paul Ford. The band subsequently parted company with the FM label, following the album's release. Many years later, writing partners Rob Wilsher (founder member and keyboard player) and Paul Ford got the creative juices flowing again and started casually working on new material as a duo. It was reaching completion when Rob met brothers Jordan Neale and Aedan Neale on another music project, which sparked the idea of re-working the material to accommodate a full band and fire the Multi Story machine back into life with a new line up. The result was their first album in 29 years - 2016's well received Crimson Stone, which the band openly regarded as a bridging album between their roots and more contemporary influences. Their subsequent double live album, "Live at Acapela" in 2017, then went on to showcase a breadth of music from their studio albums to a very enthusiastic audience in that live and very intimate setting, Acapela Studio. CBF10 is Multi Story's latest studio album and features some special guests. Some of the songs have drawn juice from the band's rockier veins yet the album still demonstrates those symphonic touches that Multi Story do so well. CBF10 is not a concept album but there are subtle threads and connections across the songs that listeners may spot... and, anyway, what is CBF10? This release comes in a digipak with 24 page booklet.