Josh Carples | Note from the Georgian Hotel

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Note from the Georgian Hotel

by Josh Carples

Passionate lyrics, emotional delivery and great songwriting make this a must-have album
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Apologies and Explanations
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2. No One
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3. Wishes On Satellites
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4. Midnight Drives
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5. Familiarity
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6. Sirens and Street Lights
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7. Wait for a Sign
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8. Hope Was Everything
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9. One More Day
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10. Note From the Georgian Hotel
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Note from the Georgian Hotel” is the debut solo album from Josh Carples, who is currently a member of Hail the Titans and The Boss and The Rabbi. He was formerly the vocalist and guitarist for Easy Kiddo, Marsellus and before that, 12th Hour.

The 10-song acoustic album shows a different side of Carples’ music, especially when compared to the loud rock bands he has fronted, but while different musically, the album still highlights his passion for both original music, strong songwriting and thoughtful and personal lyrics.

Every song on the album was written, arranged, performed, produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Carples. The recording took place between April and September 2008.

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