Sean's Dilemma
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Sean's Dilemma

New York City, New York, United States | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Singer/Songwriter


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December 24th / All I Want For Christmas (Is Mine Tonight)

2 song holiday single produced by David Immergluck (Guitarist, Counting Crows) featuring Counting Crows members Jim Bogios and Charley Gillingham, released on itunes November 2010.
Action City, 6 Song EP, 2008

Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Dave Immergluck (Guitarist Counting Crow), the album features Chris Seefried (Low Stars) on guitars and backing vocals, drummer extraordinaire Don Heffington and Immergluck on various guitars and bass. ACTION CITY boasts a big rock sound over a laid back acoustic/americana vibe, with tasteful lead guitar and even a little fuzz bass thrown in courtesy of Mr Immergluck. The song "Tears In The Rain" was a "Semi-Finalist" in the Adult Contemporary category in The Uk Songwriting Contest 2009 as well as an "Honorable mention" in The 17th Annual Billboard World Song Contest.

Underachiever, 5 Song EP, 2006 (Sean Smith)

With Tracks produced by David Immergluck (Counting Crows) and Jesse Malin, recorded in Los angeles and New York respectively, underachiever features some of the top musicians of both cities. Joining Smith's warm shimmering Acoustic, Immergluck holds down wailing pedal steel and lap steel guitars plus bass, along with Counting Crows bandmate Charley Gillingham on piano, Wurlitzer, and organ. Chris Seefried, long-time friend and musical co-conspirator, rounds out the LA sessions with beautiful harmonies on "Kathryn" and haunting piano and organ on "Sugarsweet", the albums closing track. Back in NYC, Christine Smith (Malin, Ryan Adams, Crash Test Dummies) accompanies on keyboards and vocals, along with Amalia Daskalakis (Mad Juana) on viola for the Malin produced track "Girl In The Movie". In 2011 the song "Satellite" appeared in the Indie short film "The Dungeon Master".



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