Song Premiere: Ned Hill “Take Me Out of This World”

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Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Ned Hill’s song “Take Me Out of This World” from his upcoming album By the Light of the Radio. By the Light of the Radio was produced, engineered and mixed by Bunky Hunt, and recorded at THE BUNK HOUSE in Detroit, Michigan (with additional tracking by Michael Webb at 8:05 Studio in Nashville and Tracehorse Studio in Berry Hill, TN).

“Take Me Out Of This World” is Ned Hill on vocals and acoustic guitar; Dave Coleman on lead and rhythm guitars; Tina Simpson on violin, viola, and harmony vocals; Ralph Friedrichsen on bass; Jeffrey Perkins on percussion; Michael Webb (John Prine, Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton) on piano, organ, mandolin, harmony vocals; Laur Joamets on lead & rhythm guitar; and Bunky Hunt on acoustic guitar and harmony vocals.

Music fans will be pleased with Ned Hill’s graceful rock ‘n roll stylings on this one.  “Cover me in roses when it falls like rain” is a call for relief.  

This one started with the music. When I finished that part of it, it felt like a Tom Petty vibe. As I played it over and over, the words “take me out of this world” kept coming at me, and it began to feel like a spiritual song, one of surrendering to someone or something greater. Thanks to Dave Coleman for the great guitar hook line. – Ned Hill

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