Michael Berkowitz | A Song For Every Station

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A Song For Every Station

by Michael Berkowitz

Lyrically and rhythmically-driven acoustic folk music. Paul Simon meets Josh Ritter.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shifting Plates
4:50 album only
2. Philadelphia
3:52 album only
3. The Perfect Record Collection
3:32 album only
4. First Time Around
5:48 album only
5. Peace
4:09 album only
6. If You Were the Moon
3:50 album only
7. Eleison
2:13 album only
8. God Save the Queen
3:25 album only
9. Fisherman's Daughter
5:39 album only
10. Seashells
4:12 album only
11. Florida
4:00 album only


Album Notes
Even though there's a melancholy to [the] words, there's always an overriding optimism...A New England somberness fought by the beauty of the London underground which eventually crystallizes into something remarkably uplifting.
--rob Hinkal of ilyAIMY

Michael Berkowitz's lyrically and rhythmically driven songs are "reminiscent of early works by We're About 9 or Dave Carter." Based in Reston, VA by way of Columbia, MD and Oberlin, OH, Michael has become an active member of the Washington DC/Baltimore live music scene, as a performer and open mic host.

In November 2007 Michael made his first appearance at NERFA as part of the Folk DJ's Choice Showcase, and in February 2008 released his first full-length CD, "A Song For Every Station." Produced by Jeff Romano (Devon Sproule, Paul Curreri), the CD features performances by Pat Wictor, Cheryl Prashker, and We're About 9.

[Michael's] lyric-driven songs are reminiscent of early works by Eliot Bronson, We're About 9 or Dave Carter.
--Scott Moore, Moore Music (in the House)



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