Album artwork for Stranger On The Sofa by Barry Adamson

Originally released in the mid-2000s, Stranger On The Sofa is an album tied together by its mysterious cinematic composure. Each track is used to demonstrate the breadth of musicianship and re-presentation of countless timeless genres, moving in between electronica and jazz with shadowy ambience scattered throughout. Nick Plytas and Adrian Owusu provided their expertise on the organ and slide guitar, with Barry playing almost every other instrument. Composing, performing, recording and producing Stranger On The Sofa undoubtedly makes it an album that represents Adamson fully embracing the DIY aesthetic from where he began.

Barry Adamson

Stranger On The Sofa

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Album artwork for Stranger On The Sofa by Barry Adamson
LP

$44.99

Red
Released 10/21/2022Catalogue Number

A 069483

Album artwork for Stranger On The Sofa by Barry Adamson
CD

$16.99

Released 10/28/2022Catalogue Number

CD 069490

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Barry Adamson

Stranger On The Sofa

Mute
Album artwork for Album artwork for Stranger On The Sofa by Barry Adamson by Stranger On The Sofa - Barry Adamson
Album artwork for Stranger On The Sofa by Barry Adamson
LP

$44.99

Red
Released 10/21/2022Catalogue Number

A 069483

Album artwork for Stranger On The Sofa by Barry Adamson
CD

$16.99

Released 10/28/2022Catalogue Number

CD 069490

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Originally released in the mid-2000s, Stranger On The Sofa is an album tied together by its mysterious cinematic composure. Each track is used to demonstrate the breadth of musicianship and re-presentation of countless timeless genres, moving in between electronica and jazz with shadowy ambience scattered throughout. Nick Plytas and Adrian Owusu provided their expertise on the organ and slide guitar, with Barry playing almost every other instrument. Composing, performing, recording and producing Stranger On The Sofa undoubtedly makes it an album that represents Adamson fully embracing the DIY aesthetic from where he began.