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January Son | Occitan Reverb

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Occitan Reverb

by January Son

It is january son’s mission to make lyrically dangerous, emotionally driven music. This is three-piece country flavor, folk spirit, melodic darkness, and killer harmonies.
Genre: Rock: Country-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lead On
3:03 album only
2. Heart of Stone
3:56 album only
3. Miner Song
4:04 album only
4. I Believe
2:25 album only
5. The Wolf (House of a Thousand Leaves)
2:54 album only
6. A Town Called Peace
3:58 album only
7. Dirty Working
3:04 album only
8. I Won't Know (Live Demo)
3:10 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
january son is Alexander Lewis. Alexander is a solo artist from Northern California. It is january son’s mission to make lyrically dangerous, emotionally driven music. This is three-piece country flavor, folk spirit, melodic darkness, and killer harmony.

Band name:
My first child, my beautiful daughter, Parker, was born in January. About two years later, the universe gave me another child, my precious son, Presley. So.... january son. Neither child could be loved more than the other, so neither word is capitalized.

Album title:
"Occitan Reverb" is the title of a poem written by my dear friend and favorite poet, Rodney Koeneke. It was published in his latest book, Etruria. He has graciously allowed me to reprint the poem in its entirety:

The leaf swings: I don’t hold it
it’s on to other subjects
once new, now pushed by low sighs
whose melodies are easy
I see them move in bitter air
though sweet in place and season
its leaves
that soon will prosper
the bad will be over
the sweet will enter my heart
it will be sweet there
in turn for each pain

Please visit Rodney’s author’s page to find out more about him:
http://www.wavepoetry.com/products/rodney-koeneke

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