Faces (David Lyttle album). Faces is the third studio album by Northern Irish musician, songwriter and record producer David Lyttle. It features collaborations with Talib Kweli, Duke Special and Joe Lovano. All songs produced by David Lyttle.
David Lyttle: Faces by Ian Patterson, published on February 26, 2015. The thirty-second cello sortie that kicks off Faces is an arresting opening statement that dashes any preconceptions about what to expect from David Lyttle's third outing as leader
Small Faces is the eponymous second studio album by the Small Faces, released in 1967. The album was their first for Immediate Records after leaving Decca. It peaked at number 12 in the UK Album Chart. The band's debut album, released on Decca in 1966, is also entitled Small Faces.
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From David Lyttle's third album 'Faces', out February 23rd on Lyte Records youtube. From David Lyttle's third album 'Faces', out February 23rd on Lyte Records. Excited to feature on two tracks of David Lyttle's new album 'Faces' which is out next month. Duke Special, Talib Kweli and some other great guests are on it! David Lyttle. 17 December 2014 ·. Excited to tell you that my third album will be called 'Faces' and is due for release in February.
Interlude (David Lyttle album). 2012 studio album by David Lyttle. Studio album by. David Lyttle. 2 January 2012 (2012-01-02). David Lyttle chronology.
David Lyttle is a musician, songwriter, producer, composer, and record label owner from Northern Ireland. He has released three solo albums and received nominations in the MOBO Awards and Urban Music Awards. Lyttle's second studio album Interlude was released on 2 January 2012 and fused hip hop, soul and jazz. Its guests included Mercury-nominated rapper Soweto Kinch, his sister Rhea Lyttle and mother Anne Lyttle, bassist Pino Palladino and pianist Jason Rebello. MOBO described it as "an exceptional album" and Hot Press said it was "a rare sort of treat to come out of Ireland".