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Heather Aubrey Lloyd | A Message in the Mess

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A Message in the Mess

by Heather Aubrey Lloyd

Modern indie-folk-rock populated with Hippie Tooth Faeries, Pollock reincarnated as pigeons, would-be animal crackers. Lloyd’s stunning, emotive alto, is pushed to new limits in inventive arrangements featuring mandolin, upright bass, banjo, & percussion.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Ask for Me
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2. Good Heart
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3. Cast Off
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4. Lunatic Yell
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5. I Don't Know What I Want
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6. Even Now
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7. The Animal Crackers Song
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8. No Lantern
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9. Pollock
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10. Clear
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11. Phantom
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Heather Aubrey Lloyd is what you get when an expatriate of journalism, performance poet and life-long lover of fairy tales becomes a songwriter. Her brand new solo CD, "A Message in the Mess," is just that: A storybook populated by colorful, larger-than-life characters: Hippie Tooth Faeries, Jackson Pollock reincarnated as a flock of pigeons and would-be animal crackers. The common thread: Lloyd’s stunning and emotive alto, pushed to new limits in inventive arrangements. She's also the djembe-playing half of ilyAIMY, back-to-back winners of the Washington Area Music Award for Best Contemporary Folk Group and honorees of both the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Most Wanted and Kerrville New Folk contests.

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