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It Starts Right Here by Flicker.
Album: HappySad

Composed by G. Davies/D. Danielli.

George Davies – guitars, arrangement
Dave Danielli – sequencing, mixing

Project directed by George Davies.

Recorded at Chiseldon House, Exeter, 2001.

Engineered, mixed, produced and mastered by Dave Danielli.
Originally remastered at Wud Records Studios 2012.
Remastered again at Wud Records Studios 2023.

Originally released 19th February 2012.
First re-release April 2023.

Copyright © 2023 Wud Records.
Copyright ℗ 2001 Explicit Music.

Fun Facts:
* It Starts Right Here is a piece that George wrote on guitar as some riffs and key changes that he found interesting.
* Dave then put everything into Logic and added the synths and percussives and this is the result.
* He was going to play a bassline but he and George both rather liked what he had already made using a slap bass sound, and so it remained.
* It Starts Right Here was originally destined for a place on Flicker’s first album, At Least 1000 Words.
* It was also intended to be one side of a double B-side single, along with Oily Road Hideaway from that album.
* When everyone realised that At Least 1000 Words was going to be too long for a CD, something had to go.
* It was decided that It Starts Right Here was the tune to make way.
* It would have appeared in the middle of the album.
* Flicker felt that it seemed like a good piece to begin their next album, due to both its title and its feel.
* It Starts Right Here is a piece about moving on in life.
* The title comes from the moment when you realise the inevitability of a romantic relationship that is ending, and that you know someday soon, after meeting a new lover, you will have to do it all over again… again.
* The key for this track is C minor, with visits to G minor.
* The key change is up to Eb minor and visits to Bb minor.
* The guitar parts were played using the Ice Maiden played through a vintage Marshall stack.
* This is without any doubt the most cut/copy/pasted Flicker piece of them all.

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