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Sisters LP

by Paul Brill

Further tales of Brill's "Post-Country Heartache," savvy urban Pop, and melancholic Americana. The follow-up to Brill's debut, "Halve the Light." "For those wondering, 'Oh, Brother Where Art Thou?' He's right here..." Billboard Magazine
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Begin at the End
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2. Barefoot in the Snow
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3. Macon
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4. Skylight
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5. Favorite Thing
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6. Spit and Spite
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7. Westering
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8. For the Sake of Marjorie Ruth
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9. Blue Blanket
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10. Something to Get Along
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11. Two Stars
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Paul Brill first began making music in the great tradition of bedroom musicians, writing and recording songs on his four-track home studio. Following a period of wood-shedding in Vermont, Los Angeles and San Francisco, with extensive national DIY touring, he settled in NYC.

Paul's 2001 solo debut, Halve the Light, was critically acclaimed and was a college radio darling, entering the charts as 12th-most-added and receiving strong airplay across the nation. He terms his music, "Post-Country Heartache," writing songs that fall somewhere in the intersection between Pop and Americana and weave a narrative amongst the sultry tones of pedal steel, guitars, strings, piano, and vocal harmony.



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