I'm proud to announce that the first studio album from the Cyrkle since 1967 is at last ready to be heard.
"Center Of The World" is the result of work spanning the last three years, as original members Don Dannemann and Mike Losekamp lead the current Cyrkle lineup through thirteen songs to brighten your eyes and ears.
"Center Of The World" features several new songs from Dannemann, Losekamp and current bandmember Pat McLoughlin. The album also features the late Tom Dawes on two songs, again reuniting his harmonies with Dannemann's. The legendary Charlie Calello, who produced the Cyrkle's final recordings in 1967, also returns to mix "Dance With Me Tonight", which has already emerged as a fan favorite.
Along with "The 59th Street Bridge Song", the song that the Cyrkle turned down in 1966, this album also features new recordings of "Red Rubber Ball", "Turn Down Day" and "The Visit", to tell the story of the band's path to now. "Center Of The World" feels like a Cyrkle album in every way.
While the band is currently considering how best to release the album in the coming weeks, you can be among the first to pick up a copy of the album at the Super Megafest in Westford, MA at the end of September. The band will have copies printed just for this show, so please say "Hello", and pick up a copy signed by the band.
Stay tuned for news in the coming days about this album, and stop by the www.thecyrkle.com for more info and new tour dates. The world needs more sunshine, and the Cyrkle is ready to bring us back to the "Center Of The World".
September 15, 2022