Lac La Belle | Bring On the Light

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Bring On the Light

by Lac La Belle

12 original works and one traditional arrangement, performed with a variety of instruments from accordion to banjitar. Each song presents an intimate anecdote, or stories on their hometown Detroit, and captures the drifting spirit of early America.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Around the World
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2. A Fine Line
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3. Novocaine
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4. New Memories of Oklahoma
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5. Housebreaker
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6. Autumn Song
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7. I Am a Hammer
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8. To the Sun
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9. I Love My Love
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10. It's Time
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11. Brighter Than Light
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12. The Greatest Loss
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13. Bring On the Light
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Reviews of "Bring on the Light"...

"The thirteen songs represent heartfelt, lyrical displays of good'ol folk music with splendid picking, plucking, and strumming . . . Fans of Appalachian folk music, Americana, and old time music will love the music of Lac La Belle."
- Matthew Forss, Inside World Music


“This is a wonderful nu-folk duo that knows how to shake off the dust and the stigma to serve up an incredibly hot session that leaves you looking forward to the next one. Well done.
- Midwest Record


“[Thier] songs are odes to transition and modern values . . . [Marrying] traditional styles with more ethereal, contemplative musical passages.
- Heather Longley, Centre Daily Times


"You can practically hear the bare walls resonating on each cut as Knaggs and Schillace swing into action, heating up the room with vivacity or chilling it back down in backwoods lament...There is indeed a modernistic ring to the affair, but the depth of resonance with the past is blood deep and highly impressive..."
- Mark S. Tucker, Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange

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