Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Heather Anne Lomax’s lyric video for her song “All This Time,” the title track for her album due out on May 1st. All This Time was produced by Jason Hiller (The Secret Sisters), mixed by Zachary Ross (Janiva Magness/The Reverend Shawn Amos) and mastered by Gavin Lurssen and Reuben Cohen from Lurssen Mastering (Sheryl Crow, Robert Plant). “All This Time” is Heather Anne Lomax on vocals, Jason Hiller on bass and vocals, Zachary Ross on electric guitar and vocals, John “JT” Thomas on piano, and David Goodstein on drums.
With guitar tones emulating the ’60s style depicted in the footage of women in roller skates interspersed with shots of the band, this video is a gem. Heather Anne Lomax has created a sound that directly taps into our nostalgia and longing for all that Elvis Presley represented in “All This Time.”
I really wanted to honor Elvis and the trajectory of his career. This video is just a nod to the Sun Studio sessions, RCA, his movie era, American Sound Studios, and his ‘Aloha From Hawaii’ TV special /Las Vegas years. ‘All This Time’ was written and inspired by the sonics and energy of those early Sun Studio years. The whole song lyrically is a double entendre of personal struggles with highlights from Elvis’s life and career. Elvis had a phoenix moment after his years doing film, and came back in the ‘68 TV special. He also eclipsed that with the ‘Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite’ special that was broadcast via satellite to over 40 countries live — Heather Anne Lomax
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