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Endless Flight

by Last Chance

Original music in a folk-roots fusion style.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. One More Sunrise
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2. Traveling Boy
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3. Sky and the Starlight
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4. Clear Across the World
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5. Lost
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6. Two Stars
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7. Rolling Water
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8. Think of Me
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9. Bare Branches
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10. Sacramento
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11. Another Night
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12. Lower Ninth Ward
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13. Same Moon
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14. Wide and Ancient River
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Last Chance is a musical duo that combines classical training with a traditional folk style, resulting in an exciting and unique sound. The duo consists of Jack Scott on vocals, guitar and banjo and Ingrid Rosenback on vocals, fiddle and harmonica. All their songs are original.

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Jenell Kesler

Take the chance ...
These two were just kids during the blossoming folk scene of Cambridge and Greenwich Village, meaning that they cut their teeth on some of the best music of the day. Both Ingrid and Jack are classically trained musicians, and try as they might, discovered that neither of them could leave their folk roots behind, mixing the fundamentals of folk and musical story telling with with the precision and grace learned from their studies.

Here on fourteen track, the duo who found themselves on stage at the prestigious Philadelphia Folk Festival, revealing the intoxication that folk music still holds, sounding bright, crisp, clear, and most importantly, exceedingly honest. Each note down Last Chance has been considered, though comes off effortlessly, almost matter-of-factly, reaching out and touching all of your happy spots in a manner that will have you coming back time and time again for a dip in their enchanted waters.
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Jenell Kesler

Take the chance ... [the review without the lack of my editor's help]
These two were just kids during the blossoming folk scene of Cambridge and Greenwich Village, meaning that they cut their teeth on some of the best music of the day. Both Ingrid and Jack are classically trained musicians, and try as they might, discovered that neither of them could leave their folk roots behind, mixing the fundamentals of folk and musical story telling with the precision and grace learned from their studies.

Here on fourteen tracks, with the duo finding themselves on stage at the prestigious Philadelphia Folk Festival, they reveal the intoxication that folk music still holds, sounding bright, crisp, clear, and most importantly, exceedingly honest. Each note laid down by Last Chance has been considered, though comes off effortlessly, almost matter-of-factly, reaching out and touching all of your happy spots in a manner that will have you coming back time and time again for a dip in their enchanted waters.
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