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These Open Roads

by Haroula Rose

"These Open Roads sways wistfully between old-timey Americana, alternative country and softly sung folk whispers. Each song on the album is a journey, be it big or small, and demonstrates a finely honed skill for telling stories" --Wears The Trousers
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Brand New Start
Haroula Rose
3:14 album only
2. Love Will Follow
Haroula Rose
3:26 album only
3. Another Breakup Ballad
Haroula Rose
2:56 album only
4. Duluth
Mason Jennings
4:03 album only
5. Free To Be Me
Haroula Rose
3:59 album only
6. Close My Eyes To See
Haroula Rose
2:25 album only
7. The Leaving Song
Haroula Rose
4:18 album only
8. Simple Time
Haroula Rose
2:49 album only
9. New Year's Day
Haroula Rose
4:19 album only
10. A Place Under The Sun
Haroula Rose
3:16 album only
11. Lavender Moon
Haroula Rose
2:09 album only
12. The New World
Haroula Rose
1:05 album only


Album Notes
Hailing from Chicago but now settled in the Los Angeles landscape, Haroula Rose's newly released debut album "These Open Roads" has garnered well-deserved acclaim in her adopted city. She has spent much of her recent life on the move, including a stint abroad on a Fulbright grant that took her to Spain and beyond for nearly two years, and resulted in a lot of writing. Her EP from 2009 had the title track "Someday" featured in an episode of "How I Met Your Mother" and led to making a full album. The LP, recorded in Athens, Georgia with Andy Lemaster (REM, Bright Eyes, Azure Ray) producing is described as "music that's strongly written, with solid song structure amidst the elements of folk and at times, bluegrass" (LA Record). It was described by the LA Times as having a dreamy quality with a track that's "kissed with atmospherics that would give Tom Waits the shivers," and is altogether "highly textured, melodic, lovely, graceful. Rose picked the right company to realize this highly textured collection that explores a few different moods, though always at a tender remove.”



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