Roland Pearsall | Sell Your Soul

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Sell Your Soul

by Roland Pearsall

Not Your Typical Roots-Rocker
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Sell Your Soul
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2. You Won't Be Seen
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3. The Way That I've Come
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4. Riding On
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5. In the Night
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6. Fog Country
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7. I Will Not
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8. Radiant Vessel
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9. Next to You
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10. Aerosol Can
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11. And We Meet
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Aligned with blues, folk and country, Roland Pearsall is equally inspired by the minor chords of the 60’s British Invasion, the energy of garage rock, and the sonic palette of psychedelia.

Possessing a sonorous voice, excellent songs and immensely likable sincerity, Roland puts his all into every performance. His stage repertoire consists of around 30 originals and 700 covers. Along with having an encyclopedic knowledge of 50’s and 60’s music, he enjoys current artists with a classicist approach, such as the Black Keys, Jack White, Ben Harper and Ray Lamontagne.

Sell Your Soul, his full-length debut album, was released December 2015. Containing eleven Pearsall originals, Roland plays virtually all the instruments himself, including acoustic and electric guitars, organ, piano, harpsichord, harmonica, bass and drums.

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