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Every Street Corner

by Joel Lightman Band

Imagine a grand piano thrown from a ten storey window and hitting the pavement, accompanied by soaring melodies, rampant - infectious beats underscored by beautifully crafted songwriting gilted with undeniable flair and style.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Step It Up
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2. Take Me Home
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3. These Feelings
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4. Walking Backwards
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5. Stand And Be Counted
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6. My Sweetest Vice
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7. Believe
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8. Goodbye, Good Luck, Good Riddance
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9. Picture Imperfect
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10. Willful Disciples
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11. All Forgiven
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12. Sleep Tight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sometimes it’s the furthest branches that produce the ripest fruit, and Joel Lightman’s journey toward success has seen him reach both high and far. From London, England, to Toronto, Canada, Joel’s journey has never been less than eventful.
It started with singer/songwriter Joel, cranking out classics in the bar of London’s Savoy Hotel. The boy’s got class, they’d say, but the tedium of playing endless afternoon sets for the casually rich and shameless was beginning to take its toll. He wanted more. He wanted out.
Encouraged by some music industry contacts, Joel cut the Savoy gig, sold the case of stolen jewels he had buried in the garden and got the hell out of dodge. Arriving in Toronto, Joel began playing solo gigs immediately: honing his sound, sharpening his lyrics, pummelling the piano with a craftsman’s vengeance. Joel’s influences range far and wide, from the composers of the roaring twenties through to Ben Folds Five. And as the songs developed – the warmth of his voice rising to match the casual elegance with which he hammers those keys – he knew his sound was becoming unique.
Then one night at a gig, Joel bumped into Ryan Sullivan, who offered to play drums, also recommending long-time collaborator Rory Sills on guitar. Just one problem: said guitarist was currently living a two-minute walk from Joel’s old place back in London. Small world.
But several phone calls and listening sessions later, all three of them knew this band was meant to happen. Rory packed his things, just as Joel had done some weeks earlier, and left behind the eloquent smog of London for Toronto.
The trio honed the songs with endless hours of rehearsal, developing the on-stage telepathy that makes the three of them such a powerfully engaging live act.
And now, some serious quality time in the studio with acclaimed producer George Seara (50 Cent, Sting, Chris Robinson) brings you Every Street Corner, the extraordinary new album by the Joel Lightman band. Joel has travelled far and wide to develop his songs, hone his art and find the perfect band of fellow musicians. As this album proves, it was well worth the journey.

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David B. Nemeth

This was totally Likeable...
This was totally likeable from song 1 to song 12. Often I have to listen to a CD/Album a few times before I begin to appreciate certain songs. I liked everything on this disc on the first listen, so did my mom.

Davemonster!
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RadioIndy.com

Congratulations on GrIndie Award
RadioIndy is proud to present Joel Lightman Band
a GrIndie Award for their CD \"Every Street Corner.\" A GrIndie Award is RadioIndy\'s stamp of approval that this CD is an excellent quality CD. Please join us in congratulating this artist on this accomplishment.
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Patti

Stellar!
Fantastic CD! Every song is a great one....not a bad tune in the bunch. I can play and replay this CD all day long. I keep a copy at home and one in the car. Some tracks are delightful while others pull at my heart strings!! Kudos to the Joel Lightman Band for a fabulous set of work!!! :)
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Sara Chappelle

Absolutely Fabulous!
There was absolutely NOTHING disappointing about this CD! It was everything I had hoped and anticipated it to be, and I've listened to it about a thousand times already!
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Andrew S

Great stuff
The beginning of the album is terrific from a musical point of view, the last few songs are a tad bit "boring" for lack of a better word, overall i can truely say that it is my favorite cd at the time....................
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Joe Goyette

Joel Lightman - The Future of Pop Rock
I believe that Joel Lightman and his band are the future of good pop rock music and have the talent to make it big and stay there! Joe Goyette
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kissi


this is one of the greatest cds ive ever purchased
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Andy

Buy this cd, you will not be sorry
The bands style appears to be drawing on influences from many modern bands. Usually I hate this, but here it works. Turn the volume up and be entertained. You will not be disappointed
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Anne Hoffman

I'm not one for words. . .
But this is beautiful - from heart-rending to smile-bringing. Joel, Rory and Ryan - thank you.
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Rachel Thomas

Brilliant doesn't even BEGIN to describe this album!
I may well have to buy another copy of this album - Having had the CD for about 6 weeks, I can sing along to every song - start to finish. It's just about the best slice of pop-rock I've ever experienced, and I'm going to wear this disc out before I stop listening to it. . .
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