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Low Stars

by The Low Stars

Four great musicians come together to form a new California sound with harmonies and guitars reminiscent of CSN&Y and The Eagles.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tell the Teacher
5:05 $0.99
2. Child
4:18 $0.99
3. Calling All Friends
3:35 $0.99
4. Tracks in the Rain
4:13 $0.99
5. Need a Friend
4:09 $0.99
6. Can't Live Without Your Love
3:41 $0.99
7. Just Around the Corner
3:55 $0.99
8. Why Not Your Baby
4:35 $0.99
9. Love, Love, Love
3:58 $0.99
10. Sometimes It Rains
3:52 $0.99
11. Mexico
3:45 $0.99
12. Warmer Wind
4:36 $0.99
13. L.a. Forever
4:30 $0.99
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Jim Murphy

Thoughtful, pleasant, smooth and relaxing. Great on my i-pod. Thx.
Nice, cool harmonies. Kinda "Starbuck-ish." Was expecting more "rock" after seeing LS at Carnegie Hall Bruce Show. Liked the mandolin input with three guitars in your one more rockin' tune that great night. Team up with Josh Ritter.


Saw these guys for the first time at the HOB Chicago. They had an amazing sound and incredible energy that I just had to get the CD. LOVE it and them!


low stars
Great CD and fantastic service from you guys. Favorite CD this year, love it , love it, love it. Hope to see them in the UK soon


It was great - Thank You
I loved the CD, The lady I gave it to thought it sounded a lot like me you were sining about- This is very good - Keep singing guy's.


You must see them live
Low Stars is great folk-indie-rock music. I really appreciate Jeff Russo's career; but miss the mellotron. If you live near LA you have to experience this lineup of muscians live to fully appreciate them. I roamed LA for four years, the music scene is so rich hot-bed of talent and venues; Hotel Cafe, Knitting Factory, etc. Indie music is best felt not heard from a disc, so support Low Stars - see their shows, you'll be amazed at the feelings and moments you can experience from being at a live performance.


Lina Falvey

Low Stars
I have been going to see Low Stars at local venues for several years now and I can faithfully say that they are an amazing band. They are especially known for their ability to harmonize so beautifully that attending a live show will be sure to make you an instant fan. Their cd is filled with rich and delightful tales of friendship, love, passion, heartbreak, and a quest for meaning in life. Every song is a beauty and you won't be hitting the skip button on any of these songs. "Child" is my favorite for it really walks us through the stages of life and yet reminds us never to lose our childhood playfulness. Many of Low Stars' songs put perspective on life and the ups and downs we face at different times, as signified in "Calling All Friends" and "Need a Friend." "Can't Live Without Your Love" is another favorite of mine for it is an outpouring of emotion directed at a soul-mate relationship and the heartache of the possible loss of that relationship. "LA Forever" holds a soft spot for me for I am experiencing the LA life-style regularly and coming from clear cross-country to settle in this area only three years ago can really throw some shock and awe factor in the mix. But, all in all, the LA life is addictive, especially for anyone engulfed in the music scene. The rest of the songs on the album are equally meaningful, however don't just take my word for it, buy the album and listen for yourself! You will not remove it from your cd player for sure and you will be making plans to make it out to their next show as well. One more note: these guys are super friendly and very nice to hang out with as well. You will be requesting to see them again and again in a town near you.
Keep your eye on this band!


A friend recommended checking out the website and after listening to a few of the songs, I knew I needed this CD. Now I constantly play the CD everyday. Can not get enough! Thanks for bringing back real music!

Debbie UK

First I had heard of Low Stars was Calling All friends from What About Brian I was then completelty obsessed with trying to buy their album, I went through each track on iTunes America,to my frustration couldn't get it in Europe... then along came CD baby and within 5 days it arrived on my door mat this would have been hard for any UK supplier to achieve let alone one in the States and I am thrilled with what is my favourite album of the year so far, they are so good and would love to see them touring in the UK will keep an eye on that.

Reverend Fresh of the Church of Music

New Music, Old School, still great
Every song is strong. It's all new music, however, if you are a child of the 70's you will recognize it. I made me think of my childhood listening to America, The Eagles, CSN, even David Gates. I have also been a fan of Jude for years. I heard the song Calling all Friends and thought to myself...I know that voice. I did some research and I knew I had to have this album. I was not dissapointed. This, is good music!

Claire Clark

Great CD and great service.
I watch What About Brian every week without fail and love the theme tune. I searched the web for Calling all Friends in partiuclar found the Low Stars Album and it has been teh best buy so far this year. My sons and I love it every track has a meaning and is so easy to listen to. Great, Great, Great. Bring on the next Album.
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