Paul Basile | Skeletons

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Skeletons

by Paul Basile

A homemade album recorded in the Alaskan bush. A lo-fi collection of earnest folk-rock songs. Damn good.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Down and Out
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2. Shoes too Small
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3. Further North
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4. Grab your Guns
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5. Feeling Electricity
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6. Drinking Horses
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7. Falls
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8. Roses
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9. A Lion and a Lamb
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10. Montana Sleeps
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Paul is the prodigal Long Island son returned. After 4+ years in the Alaskan bush, it’s
high time he re-enter civilization at large...enough with the sled dogs, enough with the
cold; play some music where the people can hear it.
Paul comes to New York with 4 long, dark winters-worth of songs and a brand new
album, “Skeletons”. The disc was mostly recorded in the woody confines of a small
bedroom, plastic wrapped windows and background snowmobile engines included.
Armed with a duct-taped Martin guitar and his gravely voice, Paul writes earnest songs
about people loving, people being wronged and people wanting to do right. The songs
are certainly steeped in all things Alaskan, but speak to a broad audience and dodge
cliche at every turn. They are catchy American folk-rock songs for anyone, anywhere.

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paulb7898

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i first herd of him through google search when i typed in my first and last name then checked out a few tunes and was very impressed
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Adam Turrentine

I was surprised the songs were coming from my town.
Someone sold me their MP3 player, and there were songs by someone named Paul Basile, I thought he was some guy known throughout the country until one of my friends told me who he was. I knew Paul was in a band or something, but I never took the time to listen to his music.
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Den

Great album!!
You can't go wrong with any song! They're all great. Awesome voice and lyrics. You won't be disappointed with this album.
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Greg McShane

Skelton Rocks!
Can't wait until the Roadshow comes to DC.
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