It Alone,” Shea’s third CD, explores
the spectrum of pop. It includes 12 songs that range
from heavy funk rock to touching ballads.
“There aren’t many records that sound
like this, at least not now,” he says. “The
demos were softer and more pop oriented, but when
we got into the studio the tunes got funkier,
heavier and developed more personality and that
is due to the band displaying their personalities.
I am really happy with the band and the way they
Despite “Go It Alone”’s sonic
scope, essentially, it’s a solo album. Shea
wrote the songs, sang, and played keys. “For
a while, some of the songs were just keys, vocals
and drums, but as we added the bass and guitar,
the songs began to take on a much heavier feel.”
The songs of “Go It Alone” deftly
fuse memorable melodies with musical complexity
in a way that is reflective of their author. Well
known TV and radio celebrity, Carla Collins, often
remarks that, “Shea is a goofy guy that
plays great music.” The pop-feel with hints
of rock, and funk sums up this unbelievable new
CD by one of Canada’s new exciting artists.