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On 2007's full-length album, The Mezzanine, The Nobility broadened their musical repertoire with a deeper exploration of narrative lyrics and less conventional arrangements, with orchestrations featuring cello, tuba, saxophone, flute, violin and French horn. The sessions were documented to magnetic 2-inch tape on classic 1970s analog gear at Brian Carter’s Murfreesboro, Tennessee studio.
While making The Mezzanine band members continued to listen to early Paul McCartney and Kinks records, as they have since they were chubby lads just out of diapers.
Sean Williams is the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist, Stephen Jerkins dabbles in piano, organ, guitar and backing vocals, Brian Fuzzell plays drums and percussion, and a rotating cast of friends handle bass guitar and backing vocals.
The Nobility here recorded are:
David Dewese (bass, background vocals)
Brian Fuzzell (drums, percussion)
Stephen Jerkins (piano, organ, slide guitar, background vocals)
Sean Williams (lead & background vocals, guitar)
Additional performances by:
Jim Hoke (saxophone)
Chris Click (tuba)
Jennifer Halenar (violin)
Claire Indie (cello)
Sean Donovan (french horn)
Carol Dunne (flute)
Brian Carter (additional percussion & guitar)
All songs written by Sean Williams (2007 e yoto music BMI)
Arranged and performed by The Nobility
Produced by Brian Carter and The Nobility
Engineered and mixed by Brian Carter at Paradox Productions (Murfreesboro, TN)
Mastered by Alex McCollough at Yes Master (Nashville, TN)
Art design by Sean Williams