Taste Of Savage: His Peers Sing His Music

Sean Nicholas Savage is a magnetic character. As an integral part of the upcoming Montreal music scene, and an inspiration to many, several artists eagerly accepted the challenge to cover his songs; in celebration of his past work, but also for the promise of what’s still to come.

17 of Savage’s songs – ranging from anthems to obscure gems – are anthologized on this release. As the first act ever to release on Arbutus, a community has developed surrounding Savage, his songwriting, charisma and his social philosophies.

It is a true honour to present such a mix of genre and creative thought – and this is what’s captivating about the compilation. A group of artists brought together not by genre but by circumstance: a shared home, one which Savage represents as a primary character in the Canadian music scene.

01 Chin Chin – Calvin Love
02 Bye Bye Bye – Mac DeMarco
03 Giant In The Sky – Doldrums
04 The Laughter Of Bad Men – Matt Perri
05 Days Go By – Touchy Mob
06 Someone’s Got A Secret – Eola
07 Heart Wish – Quiet Hooves
08 Like A Ghost Is White – Renny Wilson
09 Doin It Right – Brave Radar
10 Kisses Like A Girl – Majical Cloudz
11 Standing In A Line – Mozart’s Sister
12 You Changed Me - Stephen Cooper & Isabel Martin
13 Misery Mountain – Andy Boay
14 You Won’t Leave Me – Jasamine of No Joy
15 UFO – kool music 2
16 She Left Me A Note – Agor ft. Bob Lamont
17 Paradise O Paradise! – pat JORDACHE ft. Camii Clean

 

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