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Harlequin Goodnight

by Forest Sun

if earthly and mystical poets Pablo Neruda and Jalal-e-Din Rumi found acoustic guitars and wrote Americana songs together with wine and dancing girls and late night crickets for company it might sound like this
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Be Kind to You
3:13 $1.29
2. Queen Anne's Lace (Featuring Sean Hayes)
3:38 $1.29
3. This Lightning (Featuring Zach Blizzard)
3:05 $1.29
4. Harlequin Goodnight
2:57 $1.29
5. Diamond
2:46 $1.29
6. Glass of Water
5:14 $1.29
7. High and Low
3:05 $1.29
8. Sometimes My Mind
3:46 $1.29
9. Gurus and Rockstars (Featuring Larkin Gayl)
2:53 $1.29
10. She Belongs to Me
3:58 $1.29
11. Your Horizon
3:15 $1.29
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Album Notes
“…alt country, folk-rock jams, creating a hodgepodge of comparisons that ranged from Jack Johnson to Ryan Adams to David Gray. …even into Bob Dylan territory…a daunting place to tread, but pulled off with the grace of a musical veteran. “
-Jessica Small
Santa Barbara Independent

“ laid-back acoustic folk..”
=BRIAN McELHINEY, - Bennington Banner

“worldly singer songwriter brings the Americana home..”
-Rob DeWalt the New Mexican Pasatiempo

“.. .a toe tapping adventure”
-Matt Kramer, Pacific Sun

“…a wealth of star-roaming storytelling and slow drawl intimacy, recalling everyone from Chris Smither and Ryan Adams to Lyle Lovett in their easygoing charms and front porch bonhomie. “(Todd Lavoie- San Francisco Bay Gaurdian



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Good Album, skip the MP3's
I've been really digging this album, however I wish I had shelled out the extra $5 for the disc. The fidelity of the MP3's is disappointing. Most are below 192, which is fine for an ipod, however the lossiness becomes apparent when played played on a proper system. I wish I could just chuck the extra cash at them and get the disc because I'll eventually be buying anyway.

Bottom line: buy this album, just avoid the digitals if you have a discerning ear.