Album artwork for Dancing With Bad Grammar - The Directors Cut by LA Salami

Lookman Adekunle Salami (known as L.A. Salami) releases his stunning debut album on Sunday Best. Having only picked up the guitar a few years ago after being given one for his 21st birthday L.A. Salami recorded the album in one week at Urchin Studios in Hackney, London. Working with engineer Dan Cox and producer Matt Ingram, who he was introduced to by old friend and touring partner Lianne Le Havas, L.A. has produced an album of 11 eclectic and exquisite tracks. Alongside the single ('The City Nowadays') are the more folk tinged tracks 'Day To Day', on which he plays harmonica like he was born to it, 'Why Don't You Help Me' and 'I Can't Slow Her Down' - both beautiful folk songs in the Nick Drake tradition which this brand new guitarist plays with astonishing skill. This DIY troubadour touches both heart and mind with his brilliantly wrought lyrics and boldly titled songs, stuffed full of defiance and exuberance.2LP - Double LP with Download.

LA Salami

Dancing With Bad Grammar - The Directors Cut

Sunday Best
Album artwork for Dancing With Bad Grammar - The Directors Cut by LA Salami
CD

£5.99

Released 26/08/2016Catalogue Number

sbestcd75x

LA Salami

Dancing With Bad Grammar - The Directors Cut

Sunday Best
Album artwork for Dancing With Bad Grammar - The Directors Cut by LA Salami
CD

£5.99

Released 26/08/2016Catalogue Number

sbestcd75x

Lookman Adekunle Salami (known as L.A. Salami) releases his stunning debut album on Sunday Best. Having only picked up the guitar a few years ago after being given one for his 21st birthday L.A. Salami recorded the album in one week at Urchin Studios in Hackney, London. Working with engineer Dan Cox and producer Matt Ingram, who he was introduced to by old friend and touring partner Lianne Le Havas, L.A. has produced an album of 11 eclectic and exquisite tracks. Alongside the single ('The City Nowadays') are the more folk tinged tracks 'Day To Day', on which he plays harmonica like he was born to it, 'Why Don't You Help Me' and 'I Can't Slow Her Down' - both beautiful folk songs in the Nick Drake tradition which this brand new guitarist plays with astonishing skill. This DIY troubadour touches both heart and mind with his brilliantly wrought lyrics and boldly titled songs, stuffed full of defiance and exuberance.2LP - Double LP with Download.