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James Hazelden | Low Season

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Country: Alt-Country Folk: Alternative Folk Moods: Mood: Funny
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Low Season

by James Hazelden

A parlour album of darkly funny acoustic folk ballads and alt-country tunes for people who like songs about sadness and absurdity.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. My Father's Dying Words
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2. Advice to a Young Songwriter
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3. Little Dreams
3:16 $0.99
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4. I Fall for That Same Trick Every Time
2:49 $0.99
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5. Emma
3:04 $0.99
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6. My Hometown
2:32 $0.99
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7. When's It Gonna Be My Turn
2:18 $0.99
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8. An Apology
3:24 $0.99
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9. Natalie
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10. English Is Her Second Language
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11. One Last Desperate Waltz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Low Season is a parlour album of darkly funny acoustic folk ballads and alt-country tunes for people who like songs about sadness and absurdity.

Low Season is James Hazelden’s most personal and intimate album to date. It’s an album stripped bare of everything but the most elemental parts needed to make a song and sounds like a ghostly live-to-air radio concert, broadcast from an unnamed radio station, in an unnamed town.

Acoustic guitar, piano and cello are really the only instruments on the album, with a little ukulele, accordion and violin thrown in for good measure. Over this simple selection of accompaniment, Hazelden sings, snarls, croons, falsetto’s and serenades with a selection of his saddest, funniest songs to date. Whether it be the deeply personal stories of My Father’s Dying Words and Emma, to the more satirical I Fall For That Same Trick Every Time, to the downright bitter When’s It Gonna Be My Turn and Little Dreams, Low Season invites the listener to enjoy the bare bones of music with nothing else to distract you.

Low Season is a wonderfully funny and enjoyably depressing set of songs. And that’s what the world of music probably needs now more than ever.

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