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by Lynn Miles

Award winning Canadian Singer Songwriter brings you 11 new songs of love, life, darkness and light. A celebration of our fragile flawed and beautiful hearts.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. More
3:33 $1.00
2. Lesson in Everything
4:36 $1.00
3. Moth
3:49 $1.00
4. Sad
4:20 $1.00
5. How to Be Alone
3:45 $1.00
6. My Road
3:27 $1.00
7. Million Brilliant
3:18 $1.00
8. Love Is Red
4:18 $1.00
9. Can't Stop My Heart from Breaking
3:28 $1.00
10. Party Too Long
3:40 $1.00
11. Broken Hearted
3:53 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Lynn Miles is a Juno Award winning Canadian Singer Songwriter, with twelve albums to her credit, she has also won three Canadian Folk Music Awards for best singer and best songwriter. Lynn tours regularly in North America and Europe.
Arthur Wood from Maverick Magazine says: "If it's possible to be addicted in a single hearing, that's how hard I fell for Miles' music and voice.
John Teraud of the Toronto Star says: "Sheer emotional honesty, unbridled by pretension or irony".
Jon Pareles from the New York Times says: "She makes forlorn feel like a state of grace".



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Ed Goodstein

Impressive Artist and Another Impressive Album
Just another collection of heartfelt and beautiful songs by Miles. This one is maybe skewed just as much
towards country as folk than some of hers, but loses nothing for that I think. There are some here which play
more with internal rhymes-- with shades of humor or irony at least akin to Felice and Boudleaux Bryant-- (as on
opener 'More' or 'Million Brilliant' and some others). But these are distinctive too, with her characteristic beautiful emphasis on the hope and elusiveness of love and connection, disappointment and yearning. Some fine, if at times wry, perspective on her career on 'My Road' and reluctantly getting older on 'Party to Long' add some additional wrinkles. And her voice is gorgeous here: a bit like the 'countrier' side of Joan Baez, but if
anything even more assured. I also like how she and frequent recent musical collaborator Ian Lefeuvre vary the arrangements, at times sparse, at others sounding like a full band, and playing several instruments between them. This is one of Myles's finest albums I think, ranking already for me with 'Slightly Haunted' and 'Love Sweet Love.' All her work is great, including the 'umplugged' Black Flowers volumes. This also stands alone as one of my favorite recent country/folk albums.