Origami Sessions

by Pat Hull

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Ryan O'Toole
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Ryan O'Toole I love Pat Hull. I love his music. His sound is inspirational and elegiac, all at once. His voice is utterly unique, with the likeness of a samurai sword, slicing out emotion so cleanly, you can place it on a table and stare at it.

I always look forward to his latest release. I await this particular gem-drop, March 1st 2017.

Congratulations Mr. Hull!

L, Ryan O'Toole - Amateur Blonde Music
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gbeterbide Pat, thank you and those who you chose to be a part of this magical musical ensemble. My heart is filled with joy and love for life with the jewels you all rain down upon me. More, please. :) Favorite track: I wish so bad (Bonus Track).
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    First vinyl pressing of Pat Hull's music, recorded at Origami Lounge in Chico, mastered by Adam Gonsalves at Telegraph Audio, pressed at Cascade Record Pressing in Portland.

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So much love to my team for actualizing this project: Scott Barwick at Origami Lounge Studios, Sean Raeside, Tyler Larson, Michael Bone, Evin Wolverton, Cooper Grosscup, Angelo Hilton.

Mastered at Telegraph Audio.
Engineered and Mixed by Scott Barwick, Produced by Scott Barwick and Pat Hull.

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released March 1, 2017

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Pat Hull Chico, California

"Pat Hull has the greatest voice that you probably haven’t heard. The 60’s pop singer androgyny of his pipes work gorgeously in a indie folk/rock landscape, so this album, as well as his back catalogue, are absolutely worth a deep dive. His gentle folk missives feel like a time capsule to a lost era, or one that has yet to happen." (Nerdist) ... more

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