Forest Sun | So Nice

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So Nice

by Forest Sun

Music for for bright sunny days and warm nights. For getting it on and having a ball, for dancing naked in your kitchen.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Loveseat (featuring ALO- Animal Liberation Orchestra)
3:20 $1.29
2. Big Big Squeeze
3:15 $1.29
3. Having a Ball
2:56 $1.29
4. So Nice (featuring Joy Voeth)
3:20 $1.29
5. Dropped a Bomb
4:05 $1.29
6. Trampoline
3:17 $1.29
7. I Like It
4:08 $1.29
8. Come By Me
2:53 $1.29
9. All You Have to Do Is Ask
2:13 $1.29
10. Scoundrel
4:10 $1.29
11. Thanks and Praises
3:49 $1.29
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Album Notes
The new feel good record from Forest Sun. Put it on and get it on! Check out Loveseat featuring ALO.

“intriguing territory” – east bay express

\"Gosh darn it all, I sure am feeling spunky, \" declares Bay Area singer-songwriter Forest Sun on the weeping willow, Dixie folk-jazz swinger \"Having a Ball.\" And why shouldn\'t he? Fresh from a recent New Zealand tour, the globetrotting mystic has plenty of reason to celebrate: his local CD release party heralds the arrival of two new albums: Harlequin Goodnight and So Nice (both Painted Sun). Both offer 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 Guardian



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