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John Pinamonti | End of Smith

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End of Smith

by John Pinamonti

American Roots Music
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. End of Smith
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2. It Wasn\'t the Rain
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3. Eye On You
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4. The Burrow
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5. Spaceman Blues
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6. San Marino
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7. Mean to Me
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8. Subprime Blues
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9. Use Me For Parts
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10. 300mm Man
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11. Dreamland
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John Pinamonti is known for his songwriting, instrumental prowess, and eclectic interpretation of American music. Long a stalwart of the Brooklyn roots music scene, he grew up in California, Texas and Oregon, spent years playing and touring the U.S. and Canada, and has recorded and released 5 CDs, the latest being End Of Smith. He continues to perform throughout the New York area.

“…Good storytelling sense and deep commitment; what marks Pinamonti as his own man is effectively straightforward language and scintillating acoustic guitar technique”
- MusicHound Essential Album Guide

“Pinamonti displays a proficient and alluring storytelling gift… wry, detailed stories are deftly drawn and winning”
- Performing Songwriter Magazine

“Superb… Live, Pinamonti is a mild-mannered and unassuming frontman who packs a wollup with his songcraft”
- The Village Voice

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