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The Art of Forgetting

by Alice Lee

jazz-inflected electronica with a beating heart - for fans of Portishead, Norah Jones, and Beth Orton
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. The Choice
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2. Question
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3. Someday
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4. Relapse
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5. Velocette
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6. Like Rain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Alice Lee was born in Boston, MA, and currently calls Brooklyn, NY home. Her soulful and eclectic vocal style and songwriting have seen increasing recognition and airplay internationally. She has been featured in Jane Magazine's new compilation CD and was a Semi-Finalist in "The American Music Awards® Presents The Coca-Cola New Music Award" 2002/2003 Competition." Her new EP "The Art of Forgetting" is due later this year.

"a strong, proudly idiosyncratic singer-songwriter... revealing an experimental streak that augurs well for future outings." - Demo Universe

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A. McClenahan

Well worth a listen
This album reminds me quite a bit of Jonatha Brooke's "10 Cent Wings", especially the first song "The Choice" (which happens to be my favorite track). Each song stands up to repeated listenings, and it's a nice blend of electronica and earthiness. I look forward to a full-length album from Alice.
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