- Steve Schuster’s newest album "Unassembled Man" pays homage to bands like The Beatles with sing-along melodies and harmonies, clever and provocative lyrics and extensive thematic references to contemporary counterculture.
- Unassembled Man follows up on Steve’s critically acclaimed 2017 album, “Sweet Gems.”
- With a day job as CEO of a technology PR agency, Steve recorded Unassembled Man over the course of the past three years, spending a scant three hours each week at the Pascarella Multimedia recording studio. The album was mastered in the skilled hands of Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios – as a point of reference, Showell was also responsible for mastering the 50th anniversary deluxe edition of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club band.
- Steve says his goal was to "create an album experience that carries listeners on a thought-provoking journey across an enriching emotional landscape. I set my standards for lyrics, melody and production exceedingly high, and I’m never satisfied until I’m confident each and every song can delight and inspire my fans.”
- The songs found on Unassembled Man span a variety of imagery and topics, but two also stand out as political statements for today’s troubling times. “One Lonely Voice” reminds us that the most powerful weapon is we each possess is our voice and our vote. “Daylight Up Ahead” portrays the widespread anguish of shifting gears between Presidents Obama and Trump, observing that “The mob has won” but promising there is always hope ahead of us – the song concludes with a “Hey Jude” style outro comprised of a raucous 34-voice choir featuring Steve’s family and friends, including his 2 year old grandson.
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