Dizzy Heights (Neil Finn album). Dizzy Heights, released in February 2014, is the third solo album by New Zealand singer-songwriter, Neil Finn. Dizzy Heights is the third solo studio album from Finn, following the 1998 release Try Whistling This and 2001 release One Nil (released as One All in the USA). This release follows a period in which Finn worked on other projects, including Crowded House and Pajama Club
Dizzy Heights is the third solo studio album from Finn, following the 1998 release Try Whistling This and 2001 release One Nil (released as One All in the USA). This release follows a period in which Finn worked on other projects, including Crowded House and Pajama Club. The album debuted at on The Billboard Top 200. The album was recorded between Finn's Roundhead Studios and producer Dave Fridmann's Tarbox Studios in upstate New York, United States (US) in 2013 . Dizzy Heights" – 3:07. Flying In the Face of Love" (Neil Finn, Sharon Finn, Sean Donnelly) – 4:04. Better Than TV" – 3:34. Pony Ride" (Neil Finn, Sharon Finn, Sean Donnelly) – 4:45.
Neil Finn – Dizzy Heights. Label: Lester Records – LRNF0011CD. Format: CD, Album, Digipak. Electric Piano – Neil Finn (tracks: 7 to 9). Electronic Drums – Sean Donnelly (3) (tracks: 3, 7). Engineer – Dave Fridmann. Guitar – Liam Finn (tracks: 2, 3, 5 to 11), Neil Finn (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 8, 10). Keyboards – Neil Finn (tracks: 4). Lead Vocals – Neil Finn. Mastered By – Greg Calbi. Mixed By – Dave Fridmann.
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Also, Dizzy Heights is solo by default. He may get his name on the spine, but Neil is backed by a small army of Finns: His wife Sharon plays bass, while sons Liam and Elroy play guitar and drums. Brother Tim, however, takes a breather this time around. Rather than a blah album of retrospective singer-songwriter fare, which Finn has shown he can do in his sleep, Dizzy Heights is an album of sunny psychedelia and woozy pop grandeur. Whether it’s the narcotized R&B on opener Impressions or the cough-syrup showtunery of Lights of New York, the production gently coaxes the songs into new shapes, which makes this an ambitiously wide-ranging entry into Finn’s sprawling catalog.
Dizzy Heights" lyrics. Smoke drifting up To the dizzy heights Where the elevator won't come down And the ceiling cracks like a treasure map The mosquito's buzzing round, round, round Help me make up a new sound.
With 'Dizzy Heights', Neil Finn continues what he started with the title and contents of his first solo album, 'Try Whistling This'. And that is, fixing anyone who wants him to become the next Elton John, George Michael or even Robbie Williams with a steady stare while giving them his middle finger. He will not be going soft on us by merely rehashing Crowded House songs on daytime TV to pad out his retirement fund.
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