Carlos Naranjo | Reflections of an Orange Tree

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Reflections of an Orange Tree

by Carlos Naranjo

Debut solo album with the spectrum of a full band production. Tasteful songs with ultra-melodic passages of catchy guitar lines and hummable words under a Britpop influenced formula.
Genre: Pop: Britpop
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1. Bundle Wood
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2. Even If You're Gone
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3. Lonesome Road
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4. Your Fool
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5. My Valentine
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6. The Light of the Dying Night
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7. Angel
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8. Chances
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9. Maybe
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10. Running out of Ways
4:44 $0.99
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11. Angel (Alternate Mix) [Bonus Track]
4:46 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Naranjo’s love of Britpop with his redemptive songwriting and a splash of Latin flair forms the essence of this album. His ear-pleasing guitar style collides with catchy and melodic lyrics reflecting not only his Beatlesque influences but the style he has developed in his craft.

"Reflections of an Orange Tree" explores the push and pull between the restlessness Carlos has experienced throughout his journey and the realization that he knows who he is and where he wants to go as an artist. The tension between uncertainty and subsequent instances of peace and stability. Conflicts inherent in all of our day-to-day lives, in love, and with our work and passions.

"I see the light of the dying night brighten stars
the blooming sweetness of morning light on planet Mars
I hear a soft and rhythmic music roll
And the sweet romancing of her soul"...

-The Light Of The Dying Night, from Reflections Of An Orange Tree

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