Steve Sullivan | Lost Songs, Vol. 1

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Lost Songs, Vol. 1

by Steve Sullivan

These were songs I recorded alone at the tail end of 2008, some in New Mexico and the rest in Minnesota. They sat gathering dust on hard drives until 2018 when I went looking back through old material and I thought they were special enough to set free.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Exeter, Etc
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2. Hangman
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3. Lovesick over You
3:09 $0.99
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4. Heartbreaker (Demo)
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5. Home
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6. Ichabod
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7. Do You Know at All?
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8. Odetta in Cursive Linen
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9. Beautiful You Are
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10. Hugo in Velvet Manor
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11. Criminal Blues
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12. Judas Was a Friend of Mine
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13. Letter from the Army
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14. Losin' Blues
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15. Olivia
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16. Portland
3:37 $0.99
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17. Raining Again
4:46 $0.99
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18. Renee Delineated
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19. Shipwreck
2:08 $0.99
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20. Tara Calico
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21. The Sun Is Out
2:00 $0.99
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22. Waltz
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23. This Is How the World Ends
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It was 2008 and I had moved back to New Mexico from Utah and briefly recorded a couple of the songs, “Tara Calico” and “Exeter, Etc.”. When I moved to Minnesota that fall, I recorded a ton of new material, some of it made it onto semi-unreleased albums that I’ll probably put out in the near future, but some of it just sat gathering dust on hard drives. Some of it didn’t sound exactly how I wanted, so I halfway planned on rerecording a lot of it someday, but my efforts to do that might have had better technical production quality or something, but didn’t have the same heart or spirit. I finally decided to remaster them as is and honor what they were at the time. Its hard as the artist and producer to not just hear the mistakes and things you would do differently, and with 10 years passed all of those things are very obvious to me, but I also think there is something special about these tracks and I figured it couldn’t hurt to let other people hear them.

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