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L

by Rosine

Mostly but not all instrumental, post-rock chamber music with an indie folk feel, plus the occasional catchy pop song.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Walter
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2. Finland
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3. Hanging on a Moment
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4. Pencil Sketch
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5. Dilettango
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6. Pretty Little Weed
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7. Featherweight
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8. Believing Is Seeing
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9. Time for the End of Quartets
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10. Lie to You
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11. Mislistening
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12. From Way up Here
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13. Scattered in the Yard
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bassist and composer Mark Lerner (Life in a Blender, John Linnell & the Statesmen, Flat Old World) releases his own music under the band name Rosine, aided and abetted by a large cast of family and friends.

The first Rosine record mixed bluegrass and jamaican dub sounds. "A smart and heartful country-and-eastern sound," is how the Village Voice put it. "Required listening... a bittersweet, sophisticated Lefty Frizell-meets-Lee Perry sort of thing."

The second album, "L," is more composed and also more improvised. It's a very personal mix of untutored chamber music, experimental meditative sounds, and some straight-up songwriting.

Collaborators: Ambrosia Parsley (vocals), Chris Maxwell (guitar), Bob Wiseman (piano), Nancy Howell (vocals), Lukas Lerner (drums), Edith Lerner (vocals), Carrie Bradley (violin), Rick Altman (marimba), Miriam Rose (violin), and Ling Kwan (cello).

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