Molly Burch ‎– Please Be Mine - 2017 Indie Folk Rock - Sealed LP

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Molly Burch ‎– Please Be Mine

Captured Tracks ‎– CT-253
Vinyl, LP, Album
17 Feb 2017
Indie Rock, Folk Rock


A1 Downhearted
A2 Wrong For You
A3 Please Forgive Me
A4 Try
A5 Loneliest Heart


B6 Torn To Pieces
B7 Fool
B8 Not Today
B9 Please Be Mine
B10 I Love You Still


Companies, etc.

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Captured Tracks Records
Copyright (c) – Captured Tracks Records
Record Company – Omnian Music Group
Recorded At – Dandy Sounds
Mixed At – Dandy Sounds
Mastered At – Saff Mastering
Mastered At – Record Technology Incorporated – 26888
Lacquer Cut At – Saff Mastering

Backing Vocals [Back Up Vocals] – Caity Shaffer (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B7 to B10), Dailey Toliver(tracks: A1, B8 to B10)
Bass – Caity Shaffer
Drums, Percussion – Ignacio Guerrero
Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Paul Mitchell (22) (tracks: A2, A4, B6)
Keyboards – Dailey Toliver (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B7 to B10)
Layout, Design – Patrick Fernandes
Lead Guitar – Dailey Toliver
Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Molly Burch
Mastered By, Lacquer Cut By – Carl Saff
Painting – Sascha Stannard
Photography By [Cover Photo] – Kelly Giarrocco
Producer – Dan Duszynski, Molly Burch
Recorded By, Mixed By – Dan Duszynski
Songwriter – Molly Burch

Includes a download card and a printed insert containing liner notes and artwork.
Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode (Text (Sticker)): 8 17949 01289 2
Barcode (Scanned (Sticker) [Format: UPC A]): 817949012892
Matrix / Runout (Side A): CT•253•A SAFF 26888.1(2)...
Matrix / Runout (Side B): CT•253•B SAFF 26888.2(2)...

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To hype Please Be Mine, her debut album on Captured Tracks, Austin transplant Molly Burch has released “Try,” a spacious and sweet throwback number. With a doo-wop chord progression and just the right amount of reverb, Burch channels the bygone era of club crooners, all while incorporating fairly unconventional drums (at least unconventional by smoky bar music standards). In accordance with the album title, Burch sings of being on the wrong end of unrequited love; “I wish you would try” is the apt chorus of this loner anthem that hits all the right notes. Here’s what Burch had to say about the song:

“Try” is about unrequited crushes. When you get to that stage of pining where it’s just a jumble of confidence and begging. It came together fast, written in one sitting. I wanted to keep it light and fun. I see it as lounge music, calming and kind of jungle-like."

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Condition New
Format LP
Color Black