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Milton | Scenes From the Interior

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Scenes From the Interior

by Milton

Rootsy bluesy folk music of an original New York singer-songwriter.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Scenes from the Interior Part One
3:34 $0.99
2. Singer
3:03 $0.99
3. In the City
4:39 $0.99
4. Let You In
2:58 $0.99
5. Winter of '39
3:48 $0.99
6. Caroline
3:11 $0.99
7. Rain-Sun
3:50 $0.99
8. Public Swimming Pool Blues
2:21 $0.99
9. Up and Down the River
3:31 $0.99
10. This is the Town
4:54 $0.99
11. Come to the Show
1:59 $0.99
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Album Notes
Milton's songs paint vivid moving pictures of American life using elements of country, blues, folk, rock and jazz music. And while the melodies of his compositions are adeptly constructed, the individual character of his singing voice and the distictive idiom of his lyrics take Milton's music into truly original territory. When he sings his songs on stage, Milt the composer becomes Milt the performer. The warmth and spontaneity of his live act further confirm his stature on the contemporary scene.

--Mark Withacy, The Village Reader



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Great music and lyrics, very new and fresh.
I loved the new, fresh lyrics with great music that really flowed and great rythmn. It is pleasure to listen to great music with intelligent lyrics. My favorite songs:In the City, The Singer, This is the Town and Let you In.

Suz Stapler

A real gem
Milton never disappoints!


Well worth the effort!!!
Well woth the effort of tracking this disk down. I heard In the City on the radio and fell in love with the song. Was'nt sure if it was gonna be a one hit thing or not but rest assured it's not.The whole disk is wonderfull, full of alot of different tastes and all of them good. From slow tempo to foot tapping to full dance party with my two year old daugher. If your tired of the same old radio thing , give it a try you won't be dissapointed.


One awesome song after the other. I listen to it over and over and over and never get sick of it. I had a small gathering on a Friday night and played this cd in the background. Everyone asked about it and insisted that we play it again and again. We did. Soulful, sensitive, logical, meaningful and fun stuff.


Great Stuff
Read the small review in menshealth, got online and listened to one song and ordered it right away. I've been playing it now for 4 days non-stop, in my office, in my car and at home. I called my daughter in college to turn her on to it, so expect some orders from the University of Florida.


so nice to hear something new and amazing!
I dont often like to admit my mom is right, but this time, she hit it just perfectly. Her recommendation of Milton was dead on. Finally, something new and not plain old ordinary recycled "classic" rock. This CD is a joy to listen to. I love it. It is the first CD I have bought in ages that I actually took out of the case. Usually by the time I buy one I am so sick of the music that I don't want to hear it any more! Not with this one!
If only Milton was the programmer at a local radio station...

Jim O'Brien

I think this is an improvement upon Milton's previous endeavors and I loved his previous endeavors. While I'm not quite ready to rank Milton up there with the poet whose name he may or may not have used for his own, the new Milton, like the old Milton, knows what he wants to write about. The old Milton claims God was telling him what to write. The new Milton lets the city tell him what to write. He's honest without being tacky and I dig it. His scenes of contemporary urban life are certainly a Paradise Lost, but he revels in it and loves every minute of it.

john graham

i recently bought this album and love it theres so much good music that its only a shame people in the united kingdom dont get to hear it but ill certainly spread the word around


looking forward to more
This guy is terrific and I look forward to hearing what he does next. Not a bad piece on the disc. Now trying to find him to hear live.


One of the best CD's I bought in 2003 !!
This is a great CD. I bought on the advice of a review in a magazine and just a few samples of the song on Milton's web site. I love the song 'In the City" I like to consider myself a lyric guy and Milton writes great lyrics......... It has open my eyes to music that is on small lables like this. I can only hope there is more good music out there for me to discover
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